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Downpour Continues in DPRK

Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)

Pyongyang, July 12 (KCNA) -- Downpour has continued in the central areas of the DPRK on Friday, too.

As of 06:00, 439 mm rainfall was registered on Masik Pass, 442 mm in Yangdok, 405 mm in Munchon, 403 mm in Popdong, 381 mm in Sudong District, 378 mm in Yodok, 376 mm in Kowon and Sinphyong, 372 mm in Anbyon, 356 mm in Koksan, 354 mm in Kosan, 345 mm in Hoechang, 344 mm in Chonnae, 339 mm in Wonsan, 335 mm in Sinyang, 320 mm in Sukchon, 316 mm in Phangyo, 304 mm in Tokchon, 301 mm in Kumya, 295 mm in Pukchang, 295 mm in Songchon, 288 mm in Maengsan and Phyongsong, 287 mm in Samsok, 280 mm in Sepho, 267 mm in Samdung, 262 mm in Unsan, 255 mm in Nyongwon and 252 mm in Thongchon.

Meanwhile, the water level of the River Taedong reached 6.65 meters as of 18:00 Thursday due to continued downpour and heavy rain. Its danger level is 8.8 meters.



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