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Getting lots of wind, but nothing like 6 years ago, and we have droplets here and there, but no rain -- yet
Soulik was predicted to pass just south of us and swing north along the southwest corner of Korea, which it appears to be doing.
Good for this area, because a lot of rain from a typhoon would likely ruin most of the rice crop
But, it could still pull further north
Cimaron will hit Japan, but not Korea mainland -- unless it swings into Busan. Good for us, bad for Japan
Jeju appears to have gotten hit really hard by Soulik over night