Dianmu has left the area, heading out to sea. According to the KMA website, Yeosu got around 5 1/2 inches of rain, which was slacking off as I woke up this morning at 5 a.m. The winds probably got up to around 40 mph, because I saw a few metal garbage bins overturned and numerous leaves and small, twig-sized branches littering the sidewalk. All in all, it doesn’t appear that Dianmu was that much of a big deal here, though other sections of the country in its path may have different stories to tell. It’s been a very slow typhoon season in this neck of the woods so far, but perhaps Dianmu is a precursor to a more active end of the season.