South Korea precipitation in February

In South Korea in February precipitation ranges from low in Ganghwa with 28mm (1.1 inches) of snow/rainfall to moderate in Jeju with 77mm (3 inches) of rainfall. February is a winter month in South Korea.

Where and how much does it snow/rain in South Korea in February?

Find the average total precipitation in February for the most popular destinations in South Korea on the map below. Click on a destination dot for more detailed information.

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Heavy rainfall has been defined as more than 160 mm (6.3") precipitation. High: 90mm (3.5") to 160mm (6.3"). Moderate: 30mm (1.2") to 90mm (3.5". Low: 5mm (0.2") to 30mm (1.2").

  • How much snow/rainfall does South Korea receive in February?
  • In February, Seoul typically experiences moderate snow/rainfall, averaging about 30mm (1.2 inches). This translates to a mix of wet and dry days throughout the month.

  • What is the wettest city in February in South Korea?
  • In our records, Jeju stands out as having an average precipitation level of 77mm (3 inches), making it the wettest location.

  • What is the driest city in February in South Korea?
  • The driest place is Ganghwa with an average precipitation of 28mm (1.1 inches) according to our data.

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