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NASA Sees Tropical Storm Khanun Weakening for South Korea Landfall

Published: July 18, 2012.
By NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
http://www.nasa.gov/goddard

Infrared imagery of Tropical Storm Khanun shows that the storm is weakening as it heads toward a landfall in the Chungcheongnam-do province of western South Korea. Khanun is already bringing rainfall and stirring up seas around southwestern South Korea.


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