Typhoon Jangmi has dissipated before moving out of the peninsula, but heavy rain is still ongoing in southern regions.
Let's turn to our Lee Seung-min at the Weather Center to find out more.
Seung-min, what's the condition looking like at the moment?
Well, Conn-young. The season's fifth typhoon, typhoon Jangmi, has dissipated faster than expected. The typhoon has weakened into an extratropical cyclone 5pm today, while making its move to Ulsan city.
As a result, all of typhoon advisories have been lifted. But due to water vapors carried that this typhoon has carried, rain, thunderstorms and gusty winds are set remain throughout the nation. Heavy rain advisories are placed in inland regions, including Seoul.
Due to gusty winds formed by the typhoon, another monsoon front is set to arrive by tomorrow. Heavy rain of up to 250 millimeters will be concentrated in Chungcheong-do and Jeollabuk-do provinces. Elsewhere southern regions can expect 50 to 150 millimeters. The Seoul capital region and Gangwon-do province will see 30 to 120 millimeters.
For tomorrow morning, Seoul will kick off at 25 degrees Celsius with rainy spells.
For the daytime, Seoul will reach 28 degrees. Gwangju and Busan 30, Daegu and Jeju 34 degrees.
Due to the continuous rain, the ground is very saturated. Please be extra wary of potential landslides.
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