South Korea: Unexpected Weather Patterns Occur More Frequently Due to Global Warming

Typhoon Kompasu and torrential rain will batter the entire Korea starting today. Meteorologists said global warming has produced a rare weather phenomenon by ‘boiling the ocean’ and altered the ecosystems in some places, South Korea’s Joongang Ilbo reported.

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