And now, let's now go back to weather with our weather caster Lee Jee-hyun who's at World Cup Park.
Jeehyun, what's in store for us weather-wise this weekend?
Good morning again, a similar pattern to what we have seen, a cold start turning mild under sunny skies. In fact, tomorrow is Sanggang the last autumnal term so two weeks from now, it's it will be the beginning of winter By the wayHere at World Cup Park is an ecological park built on May 1, 2002, to commemorate the 2002 Korea-Japan World Cup Games and the new millennium.
It was just two weeks ago I was reporting outside at the Olympic Park, I wasn't even wearing a jacket back then but now I am covered up with one of the thickest winter jackets that I have but highs should rise rapidly to the mid-teens under sunny skies for most areas.
But east coast regions will be seeing another round of rainfall, 5 to 30 millimeters possibly along with thunder and lightning.
} Most parts had low to mid-single digits to start the day, far colder in mountainous regions morning fog in inland regions should get cleared as the day goes on.
Highs will be similar to yesterday, Seoul at 16 degrees, Gwangju and Daejeon at 17 degrees Celsius this afternoon.
We can expect fine late autumn weather this weekend but wide gaps between lows and highs will continue so bear that in mind.
Bukhansan Mountain is seeing a change to autumn colors and it will hit its peak by the end of the month.
The capital region can expect brilliant fall colors at the end of the month to early November. That's all for now. I will be back in our later news cast.