South Korea meteorological agency said on August 16 that, with the Meiyu belt heading north of North Korea, the longest rainy season in the history of 54 days in the central region finally ended, and then there will be hot weather. The rainstorm in the central region lasted 54 days since June 24, which has broken the longest record of 49 days in 2013. From June 1 to August 15, the total rainfall in China reached more than 920 mm, which was far higher than 570mm of the same period in previous years, and the second highest since the relevant statistics began in 1973. Another feature of South Korea this summer is that there is no typhoon landing in July. Typhoon heigebi, the fourth typhoon of this year, has affected the Korean peninsula since January 1. Typhoon No. 5, rose, also landed in South Korea the next day after the formation of typhoon 9. After Meiyu ended, the high temperature came and attacked. At present, many South Korea have issued high temperature warning. By next week, the white weather temperature will be as high as 35 degrees Celsius on the eastern coast of Zhongqing Road, the east coast of Jiangyuan Road, the southern region and Jeju Road, and the daytime temperature in the rest of Seoul, Gyeonggi road and the west of JiangYuanDao ridge will rise to more than 33 degrees Celsius.