bolevan affecting southeastern russia. it is going to bring some heavy rain showers as well as it begins to approach the korean peninsula up to 30 millimeters an hour and 150 millimeters totally in localized areas, up to 200 millimeters near the coast lines. this area is still recovering from bolevan so doesn't need any more on rainfall. thursday and friday this landfall occurring across south korea including seoul, heavy rain showers with that as well. we've been seeing a high pressure right around eastern japan. keeping things clear and hot in tokyo. going through the end of the week, that high will work its way back towards the east and then all the moisture will push in from the west even around tokyo you could be seeing strong to severe thunderstorms as that moisture pushes in from the south for the weekend but temperatures will remain hot. tokyo, 34 on thursday. as well as towards the south, shanghai with a high of 32. taipei at 30. manila and bangkok low 30s as well. now europe a low pressure area moving across the
we have a second storm to deal with, this one is bolevan. typhoon bolevan is also a strong typhoon, heading up to the northwest at the moment, and it can also intensifying. now that is an issue. it's a storm twice the advertise of tenbin and today it's expected to affect daitojima and saturday okinawa and the imami region and sunday the peak of the storm for that region. beyond that it could move up into the yellow sea and bring some heavy rain to southeastern china first or eastern china first and then up towards the korean peninsula. that's of particular concern, because the korean peninsula has received so much rain in the last several weeks. widespread flooding has affected both north korea and south korea and you can see right now we have a front just stalled out across south korea, it's being enhanced by a new tropical depression, which has formed in the yellow sea, and that front is going to be heading up towards the north anyway so more heavy rain to be coming, talking about 200 miters or so in the last 24 hours and if the storm, typ
the added danger with bolevan it might swerve to the northwest and if it does it will impact the korean peninsula. the korean peninsula has been dealing with widespread flooding over the last several weeks with a few different systems coming through, even in the last few days, a heavy band of rain was impacting north korea. it's now down into south korea and the rest of that front is moving up into japan, bringing thunderstorms and heavy rain here as well. so plenty going on here in the western pacific. let's go to our other tropical storm now, this is isaac, which is just passing the leeward islands at the moment, going through the leeward islands and then just south of puerto rico, and the virgin islands, and then it looks like it's going to graduate to hurricane status. we do have hurricane warnings in effect for the dominican republic. it looks like it's going to be passing across hispaniola and heading in towards cuba as a weaker system into the weekend. moving west at 35 kilometers an hour, wind speeds sustained at 75 kilometers an hour and remember this is a strengthening system.
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