At around 10:00 UTC (around 17:00 Vietnam, local time) on Monday, 30 September, Typhoon Wutip made landfall over the coastal city of Dong Hoi (population ~ 110,000) in Quang Bình province, central Vietnam, approximately 230 mi (370 km) south of Hanoi, as a Category 2 storm on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale (SSHWS) bringing torrential rainfall and strong winds to the region, which has damaged houses, uprooted trees, and caused power outages.
Under the final Joint Typhoon Warning Center (JTWC) advisory issued at 12:00 UTC on Monday, 30 September the system was located close to 17.8N...
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