After making landfall as Category 1 Typhoon on 30 Sep 2013 on the central provinces of Viet Nam, Wutip passed over Laos on 1 Oct and then moved to Thailand, where it weakened from a typhoon to a tropical depression, bringing heavy rain to the northern regions of the country.
The most affected provinces in Viet Nam were Quảng Bình and Quảng Trị, followed by Thanh Hóa, Nghệ An, Hà Tĩnh, and Thừa Thiên Huế. 13 people were killed. Over 200,000 houses were unroofed, and 528 houses collapsed. 843 schools, 120 health centers and almost 19,000 hectares paddy, cash-crop and perennial trees damaged were damaged. (UNCT, 9 Oct 2013)
Two weeks later, Typhoon Nari made landfall in Viet Nam.
As of 25 Oct, the water had receded from the flooded provinces (UNCT, 25 Oct 2013).