The Korea Meteorological Administration announced on the 5th that an unusual ‘tropical night in September’ has appeared in Seoul for the first time in 88 years since 1935 . It has been 88 years since 1935 that Seoul experienced a tropical night in September. The reason why the late heat is rampant is because the east wind blowing toward the Korean Peninsula becomes hot as it crosses the Taebaek Mountains.
According to the Korea Meteorological Administration on the 5th, a tropical night occurred last night in Seoul, Incheon, Cheongju, Gunsan, Yeosu, and Jeju Island, with the lowest night temperature (from 6 p.m. to 9 a.m. the next day)토토사이트 exceeding 25 degrees. Among them, the night of the 4th was recorded as the hottest September night since observations were made in Incheon, Cheongju, and Gunsan.
From the night of the 4th to the morning of the 5th, the daily minimum temperature in Seoul recorded 25 degrees, the third highest daily temperature in September of all time. This is the fourth time since observations have been made that a tropical night has appeared in September in Seoul. September 2, 1914, September 7 and 8 , 1935 , and the last four days. This means that an unusual late heat wave has arrived.
This tropical night is analyzed to be due to the fact that the east wind blowing along the edge of the high pressure area on the Chinese side became hot as it crossed the Taebaek Mountains, causing the night air to become hotter centered on the western side of the mountains.
This weather will continue for a while. On the 5th and 6th, the midday temperature will rise above 30 degrees in the metropolitan area and the Gangwon-Yeongdong, Chungcheong, Honam, and Gyeongsang regions. In areas where daytime temperatures rise sharply, the temperature difference between the upper and lower layers of the atmosphere will make the atmosphere unstable, and showers will fall. The expected precipitation is 5 to 40 mm.