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An Omen | Torrential rain pounds South Korea; 13 inches recorded overnight

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Intermittent monsoon rain pounded the country Monday, destroying bridges and roads and leaving at least one person missing in a flooded stream.

While more rain – falling at 30 to 80 millimeters per hour -- is expected in Seoul, Gyeonggi and most other parts of the country until Wednesday, a typhoon is fast approaching waters off Jeju Island, according to the Korea Meteorological Administration. 


I'm going to call this an Omen! But I am also going to go a step further and match this to something!

12 hours ago, Alluvial said:

Structures, land-water interface.  sirens. dark skies, heavy clouds. Multiple funnels tornadoes (at least 3)  touching down on the ground. Broken buildings.  Highly unusual to have multiple funnels/tornadoes for it to be touching down in this city. Very diverse city, other ethnicities, possible it could be a western country like USA.  Very large urban environment like Los Angeles or New York.  At lot of energy, a lot of kinetic motion, very heavy.  The multiple funnels might come together to form one giant funnel.  "Doesn't feel like a death related event"?

You never know!

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