With the monsoon season approaching, the Korea Meteorological Administration (KMA) has launched a monthly weather forecast.
Based on the forecast released on June 13th, rainfalls will increase across the Korean Peninsula starting late June, and begin to normalize in mid-July. Meanwhile, temperatures will remain close to the average in late June through early July, and go up in mid-July.
The monthly weather forecast will be updated every 10 days on the official KMA webpage.
# Weather Forecast: Late June to Mid July
||Similar to the average (20∼24℃)
||Similar to the average (45∼134㎜)
||Similar to the average (22∼25℃)
||Higher than the average (61∼126㎜)
||Higher than the average (23∼26℃)
||Similar to the average (71∼173㎜)
# Average Rainy Season (1981 - 2010)
☞ Weather Forecast (KMA)
http://kma.go.kr/ (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
Courtesy of the Korea Meteorological Administration