Now we turn to Michelle Park at the weather center for the latest updates. Michelle, I hear more showers are in the forecast this weekend.
Daniel, although the sky has cleared up here in the capital, rain will fall all night long over in Gangwon-do Province and the southern regions. By tomorrow, the aforementioned regions should expect more precipitation between 5 and 40 millimeters.
Meanwhile, the North Pacific high pressure front is expected to push typhoon Yagi further towards China. The storm will pass Jeju waters on Sunday afternoon and enter the eastern sea of China by early next week. The nation's weather conditions will vary depending on the course of the storm.
Until then, the nation will have a partly cloudy Saturday afternoon under ongoing heat waves, while Beijing and Tokyo can expect more rain with thunder and lightning.
Tomorrow morning, Seoul will wake up to 26 degrees Celsius whereas Daegu is slightly bearable at 24 degrees.
Seoul's daily high reaches 35, and similar readings to today's are in the forecast for the rest of the country. Besides the sporadic showers, conditions will remain pretty much the same throughout the weekend.
I'll leave you with the weather conditions around the world.