At least 54 people have died in China because of flooding and landslides triggered by Typhoon Talim.
The storm sent flash floods surging through city streets
About 40 died in the province of Anhui when Talim made landfall on Thursday, and 14 died in the city of Wenzhou, China's Xinhua news agency reported.
Some 400,000 people were affected by the storm, which caused an estimated $877m (£476m) worth of damage.
The weakening storm hit China on Thursday after killing two people and injuring dozens in Taiwan.
By Saturday Talim had weakened to a tropical storm as it moved further inland.
More than 100,000 people had been evacuated from their homes in Anhui, with 400,000 people in the province affected by the storm.
Up to a million people were moved from low-lying coastal flood plains in Zhejiang and Fujian provinces, Xinhua said.
At least 23 people were listed as missing after heavy wind and rain flooded roads, knocked down power lines and set off landslides.
In one mountainous rural area, mudslides buried two buildings with 11 people still inside.
One died before rescue teams arrived, while five others were hurt.
Almost 12,000 homes were damaged in the south-eastern coastal city of Wenzhou, in Zhejiang province, Xinhua said.
Serious flooding throughout southern and eastern China this summer has killed more than 1,000 people and left hundreds missing, presumed dead.
Strong typhoons regularly hit Asian nations along the western edge of the Pacific Ocean throughout the summer months.
Typhoon Nabi, a separate storm heading towards Japan, weakened on Sunday to a category three typhoon. It was expected to weaken further before hitting the southern island of Kyushu.