Hanwha to Showcase Advanced Weapons Technologies at Saudi Defense ExpoCloudy Skies and Varied Precipitation Chances Across South Korea

SEOUL — Hanwha Group, a leading South Korean conglomerate with a diverse portfolio including energy and defense, announced on Sunday its plans to exhibit its latest arms technologies at the World Defense Show in Saudi Arabia this week.

According to Yonhap News Agency, the exhibition will feature cutting-edge developments from its defense industry affiliates, such as Hanwha Aerospace and Hanwha Ocean.

Key highlights include the engine for South Korea's domestically developed KF-21 fighter jet and an advanced airborne active electronically scanned array radar system. This radar technology is noted for its capability to detect, identify, and track multiple targets simultaneously, both in the air and on the ground.

The World Defense Show, hosted in Saudi Arabia, provides Hanwha with a significant platform to demonstrate its technological advancements in the defense sector. The company aims to explore opportunities for defense cooperation with various nations in the Middle East during the event.

SEOUL — Weather forecasts for South Korea's 12 major cities as of 9:01 a.m. Sunday indicate a range of temperatures and conditions, with cloudy skies dominating most regions and varying chances of precipitation.

According to Yonhap News Agency, Seoul, Incheon, Suwon, Cheongju, Daejeon, and Daegu are expected to experience cloudy weather, with temperatures hovering around 9 degrees Celsius for highs and lows between -1 and 3 degrees Celsius. The likelihood of rain in these cities is estimated at 30 percent.

Chuncheon is set to have similar cloudy conditions, with a slightly cooler forecast showing a high of 9 degrees Celsius and a low of -1 degree Celsius, also with a 30 percent chance of rain. Gangneung's weather is expected to be cloudy as well, with a high of 5 degrees Celsius and a low of 1 degree Celsius, maintaining the same rain probability.

Contrastingly, Jeonju, Gwangju, and Busan are predicted to have sunnier skies or rain, with Jeonju and Gwangju both anticipating sunny weather and a 60 percent chance of precipitation. Their temperatures are expected to reach highs of 11 degrees Celsius and lows of 4 degrees Celsius. Busan, meanwhile, is forecasted to experience rain with a 60 percent chance of precipitation, and temperatures ranging from 11 degrees Celsius for the high and 6 degrees Celsius for the low.

Jeju stands out with the sunniest outlook, expecting a high of 13 degrees Celsius, a low of 10 degrees Celsius, and the highest precipitation probability among the cities at 80 percent.

These forecasts provide a comprehensive view of the expected weather conditions across South Korea, offering residents and visitors alike insight into the day's weather to plan their activities accordingly.

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