BUSAN, South Korea – A heat wave warning has been issued in Busan for nine days, and it is expected that the hot weather will continue for a while. The Busan weather agency stated that the heat wave warning, issued on fifth, is likely to continue.
The tropical night phenomenon, in which the temperature has not dropped below twenty-five degrees, did not drop any further last night, but there were eighty tropical restless nights this month.
The highest temperature recorded was 34.3 Celsius degrees, on the fifth. Since then, the heat waves were continuously at 32 or 33 degrees. The Busan weather agency predicted that the clear and hot weather will continue for a while and there will be no rains.
Additionally, as the record-breaking hot weather is in full swing across Gyeongnam, one-hundred-six middle and high schools of the province have been temporarily closed for 3 days, starting today.
Schools that were temporarily shut down are 22 middle schools and 84 high schools. During the period of closure, all self-regulating studies and after school programs will be stopped.
The after school programs, however, are operated autonomously at the decision of the principals.
Source: Busan eFM News