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Heavy downpours with high risk of landslide in central S.Korea Updated: 2020-08-05 10:02:43 KST

Good afternoon. Central western regions are looking at possibly up to 400 millimeters of downpours into Friday, other regions could also see heavy rain during the day. Typhoon Hagupit dissipated near Shanghai in China but it will still impact South Korea, bringing strong winds and a massive amount of rainfall to central regions.

A heavy rain warning remains in place across the nation's central region while a strong wind advisory could also be issued so we'll have to be particularly careful of stormy weather today.

What's more, the central part of South Korea is on high alert for landslides and the Korea Forest Service has issued a landslide watch across central parts of the country let's all stay alert.

Checking on today's highs, there's scorching weather in the south, Daegu and Gyeongju will be blistering at another 34 and 33 degrees Celsius this afternoon with heat wave advisories in place.

That's Korea for you and here's the international weather for viewers around the world.
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