Southeast Asia monsoon covered. Torrential rains leave alone India, where for two days fell to 370 mm, in Japan resulted to 150 mm.
At the epicenter of the elements found in Korea, where no heavy rains subside. Only one day is July 28 fell to 200 mm heavenly moisture. In South Korea, due to floods and landslides caused by heavy rains killed 59 people, another 10 were missing.
In addition, 13 people were killed in a landslide that came down to the houses in the city of Chuncheon, north-east of the Korean capital. Element destroyed hundreds of homes and left thousands more homeless residents of Seoul. Paralyzed traffic, there are power outages, flooded streets, roads, subway stations, underpasses and residential areas of the capital.
Livni, held in South Korea, were the strongest this year. Only for July 27-28 in the capital — Seoul — fell 440 mm of rain, and a little less — 340 mm — Chhunhone. Such rainfall than the climatic norm for this time of year, more than 10 times.
Heavy rains, which began on Wednesday, July 27, and got to North Korea. The biggest damage is south and east of the country.
Residents have already given some element names: "Water Bomb", "rain of the Century", "unprecedented rainfall."
Weather forecasts are unfavorable: the heavy rains will continue until the end of this week.