Indirect impact of typhoon ‘Nanmadol’ in Jeollanam-do… sea ​​road control

Due to the indirect effect of Typhoon No. 14 ‘Nan Madol’, a weather advisory has been issued for various parts of Jeollanam-do.

According to the Gwangju Regional Meteorological Administration on the 19th, Typhoon Nanmadol was advancing north-northeast at a speed of 16 km/h from about 240 km north of Kagoshima, Japan as of 7 a.m. on the same day.

Ships are moored at Gukdong Port in Yeosu, Jeollanam-do on the 18th as Typhoon No. 14 ‘Nanmadol’ headed north. yunhap news

As a result, typhoon warnings were issued for Geomundo, Chodo, and the distant seas in the southwestern part of the country, and strong wind warnings were issued for Heuksando, Hongdo, and Yeosu.

A strong wind advisory is in effect in coastal areas such as Goheung, Boseong, Gwangyang, Suncheon, Jangheung, Gangjin, Haenam, Wando, Yeongam, Muan, Hampyeong, Yeonggwang, Mokpo, Shinan, and Jindo.

Wind warnings and storm warnings have also been issued in the west and southern seas of Jeollanam-do.

As the typhoon has passed, the wind is getting stronger in Jeollanam-do, but there is no rain.

The instantaneous wind speed is blowing strongly at around 14 to 25 m/s along the Jeollanam-do coast.

As Typhoon No. 14 Nanmadol approached Korea, strong winds with maximum instantaneous wind speeds of 20 to 35 ㎧ (70 to 125 km per hour) centered around the Gyeongsang coast until noon on the 19th, and 10 to 30 per hour centered on the Gyeongsang-dong coast and Yeongdong, Gangwon. It will rain by mm. yunhap news

As of 8 a.m. that day, the maximum instantaneous wind speed (second speed) was recorded at 24.9m in Yeosu, 24.8m in Heuksando and Hataedo in Sinan, and 24.6m in Gageo Island.

Strong winds of 15 to 25 meters per second in coastal areas and 15 meters per second in other areas will continue until this afternoon.

Some coastal areas will see strong winds until the 20th.

The sea waves in the southern and southern parts of the West Sea rise very high at 2 to 4 meters, and passenger ship operations are under control.

56 passenger ships on 42 routes were suspended in Mokpo, Wando, and Goheung.

The aircraft is operating without a hitch.

An official from the Korea Meteorological Administration said, “From this afternoon, typhoon-related weather advisories began to be lifted centered on distant seas, and most of them are expected to be lifted tomorrow morning.”


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