This week, the weather will be mostly like early summer, with the daytime temperature rising to 29 degrees on the 21st, Sunday.
no rain news Yellow dust will affect Korea until the 22nd, and after that, the speed of dissolution will vary depending on the degree of wind blowing inland.
According to the Korea Meteorological Administration, the lowest temperature this morning was predicted to be 13 to 20 degrees and the highest daytime temperature to be 20 to 29 degrees. The temperature will be 3-4 degrees higher than normal (lowest temperature 13-16 degrees, maximum temperature 23-28 degrees).
Instantaneous wind speed of 55 km per hour in the central region and Gyeongsang area and 70 km per hour in mountainous areas are expected to blow, so care must be taken in facility management and safety accidents.
On the 18th and 19th, the yellow dust that originated in northeastern China and the highlands of Inner Mongolia began to affect in earnest from this day.
On Monday, the 22nd, the temperature dropped by 1 to 3 degrees, with a minimum temperature of 12 to 17 degrees in the morning and a maximum temperature of 19 to 26 degrees during the day. High concentrations of fine dust due to yellow dust are expected across the country.
In the morning, the fine dust concentration will soar to the ‘bad’ level in the Seoul, Incheon, Gyeonggi, and Gangwon areas, and in the afternoon먹튀검증, the air quality is expected to be ‘bad’ to ‘very bad’ in all areas.
The impact of yellow dust across the country will continue until Tuesday, the 23rd. Until Thursday, the 25th, the country is clear, but the fine dust varies from region to region depending on the strength of the wind. At this time, the morning temperature will be 10 to 17 degrees, and the daytime temperature will be 22 to 29 degrees, similar to normal years.
On Friday, the 26th, there will be a lot of clouds as the whole country is at the edge of high pressure. The morning temperature is expected to be 13 to 18 degrees, and the daytime temperature is 22 to 28 degrees, similar to normal years.