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Heavy rain pounds southern provinces Updated: 2021-08-24 07:50:37 KST

Good morning. The typhoon has been downgraded to an extratropical storm and now a broad area of low pressure has formed in the west and is dropping torrential rain on the nation. Jeollabuk-do Province seems to be getting the worst of it.

Heavy rain alerts are in place in the southwest and a rain advisory could be expanded to more regions today as rain pick ups. Meanwhile a wind wave advisory is in place for seas around the peninsula.

Downpours will drench the Jeolla-do and Gyeongsang-do Provinces. They could see 200 more millimeters of rain. The capital and Gangwon-do Province forecast to get 30 to 80 millimeters.

Afternoon readings will be similar to a few notches higher this afternoon, Seoul and Daejeon at 28 degrees, Daegu to 30.

We'll wrap up the month on a rainy note, as nation will continue to get soaked by the autumn monsoon, causing problems in southern areas which have already been heavily impacted by showers.

That's Korea for you and here's a look at weather conditions around the world.
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