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BUSAN, South Korea -- Most of the nation's central region is under the first cold wave watch of the winter. Seoul's morning lows stood at -9.1'C at 5 a.m. today, or down 12 degrees from the same time on Wednesday. The wind chill stood at nearly -13'C. 

Morning lows in Dongducheon stood at -9.7'C, -10'C degrees in Paju and -8'C in Incheon. The mercury dipped to -2.4'C in Gangneung and in Daegwallyeong -11.5'C. 

The temperature slipped after cold winds from the northern part of the Korean Peninsula blew southward. 

The Korea Meteorological Administration said the cold weather will continue until Friday and ease up from Saturday. 

The forecast calls for temperatures in Busan and Gyeongnam to drop to three degrees. Yesterday's rain and snow led to ice on the roads this morning and motorists are advised to take precautions while driving. 

Korea Under Cold Wave Watch


BUSAN, South Korea — Most of the nation’s central region is under the first cold wave watch of the winter. Seoul’s morning lows stood at -9.1’C at 5 a.m. today, or down 12 degrees from the same time on Wednesday. The wind chill stood at nearly -13’C. 

Morning lows in Dongducheon stood at -9.7’C, -10’C degrees in Paju and -8’C in Incheon. The mercury dipped to -2.4’C in Gangneung and in Daegwallyeong -11.5’C. 

The temperature slipped after cold winds from the northern part of the Korean Peninsula blew southward. 

The Korea Meteorological Administration said the cold weather will continue until Friday and ease up from Saturday. 

The forecast calls for temperatures in Busan and Gyeongnam to drop to three degrees. Yesterday’s rain and snow led to ice on the roads this morning and motorists are advised to take precautions while driving. 

Residents should also expect strong winds along the coast. 

The high temperature in Busan will be 4 degrees, similar to yesterday. 

Source: Busan eFM News


 

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