The 6th Typhoon ‘Kanun’ is heading north, making Korea토토사이트, China and Japan all tense. Initially, it was predicted that it would go straight to China and affect Chinese coastal cities, but it is expected to turn to Japan, and this time Japan is in a state of tension. Ieodo, the southernmost island of Korea, is also in the indirect influence of typhoons, so you can not relax.
According to the Korea Meteorological Administration on the 1st, Typhoon ‘Kanun’ has a maximum wind speed of 180 km per hour at 9:00 pm and has a strong ‘very strong’ rainstorm and is currently moving westward from the sea around 150 km southeast of Okinawa, Japan.
Initially, it was predicted that Kanun would continue its northwestward march and make landfall south of Shanghai, China around the 5th. However, as the northwest wind blew in front of the direction of Kanun’s progress, the speed of movement slowed down, and it was predicted that it would turn toward Japan on the 4th in the sea between Shanghai and Okinawa. In response, in some areas such as Nago City, Nanjo City, and Uruma City on the Japanese island of Okinawa, storm warnings and guidance are continuing to request preparation from dangerous places.
The problem is that Korea cannot be relieved. Hurricanes tend to move along hot seas above 25 degrees. However, due to the recent heat wave, the temperature has risen to more than 25 degrees not only inland but also in the southern seas. There is always the possibility of a typhoon going north.
According to typhoon occurrence statistics, 5.6 typhoons developed in August, and about 1.2 typhoons affected and passed through Korea. Statistics like this are also the reason why you can’t be indifferent to Kanun.
Currently, the distant sea of Ieodo is included in the indirect influence area of the typhoon. An official from the Korea Meteorological Administration said, “A wind volume warning is currently in effect for the far sea south of Jeju and the far sea east of the Namhae.” “We are closely monitoring the typhoon.”
Meanwhile, until 1999, typhoon names in the Northwest Pacific were used by the Joint Typhoon Warning Center in the United States. However, since 2000, it has been changed to the name submitted by each typhoon committee member to raise interest and alertness to typhoons among the people of the Asia-Pacific region. Kanun is a name submitted by Thailand and is a kind of tropical fruit.