Authorities in Japan say the death toll from Typhoon Hagibis now stands at 58. Meanwhile, emergency crews are racing to rescue over a dozen people who are still missing.
More than 200 were injured during the weekend storm. Officials say many areas received up to 40 percent of their yearly rainfall in only a day or two.
Railway operators in the Greater Tokyo area are considering suspending some of their train services this weekend, as a large and violent typhoon is forecast to hit the area on Saturday and Sunday.
Typhoon Hagibis is currently over the Pacific far south of Japan, but the storm is expected to hit Japan's mainland over the weekend.
A Japanese unmanned cargo spacecraft will remain on the ground for longer than planned after a fire broke out near the launch pad.
The Kounotori 8 had been due to lift off from the Tanegashima Space Center in southern Japan at 6:33 a.m. on Wednesday, Japan Time, to deliver supplies to the International Space Station.