|Wettest tropical cyclones and their remnants in Vietnam
|1||1773||69.8||Pepiah 2007||Nam Dong|
|2||1369||53.9||Tropical Depression 06W 2007||Huong Khe|
|3||1239||48.8||Tropical Depression 2009||Da Nang|
|4||914||35.0||Ketsana 2009||Quang Nam|
|7||666||26.2||Mirinae 2009||Vân Canh|
|9||497||19.6||Tropical Depression 2009||Quang Ngai Province|
|10||470||18.5||Eve 1999||Ky Anh District|
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