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CCRIF to make first excess rainfall payout to Anguilla for Gonzalo rains

The Caribbean Catastrophe Risk Insurance Facility's (CCRIF) parametric excess rainfall insurance product has been triggered for the first time by hurricane Gonzalo's rains, resulting in a $500,000 payout to the Government of Anguilla.Hurricane Gonzalo passed directly over Anguilla on the 13th October 2014, causing flooding damage to buildings and communities. read the full article →

Hurricane Gonzalo still tracking to strike Bermuda, latest updates

Hurricane Gonzalo, a major Category 4 storm, continues to head for Bermuda and looks set to impact the island heavily over the coming day or so. Here are some of the latest updates, tracking maps and forecast model information.Update 21:00 BST, 16:00 EST, 17th Oct:Latest position update from the NOAA.Hurricane read the full article →

Hurricane Gonzalo now a Category 3 storm, severe threat to Bermuda

Hurricane Gonzalo, the seventh named storm of the 2014 Atlantic Hurricane Season, formed to the east of the Leeward islands at the beginning of this week and has steadily intensified to Category 3 major hurricane status and poses a severe threat to Bermuda.For the latest on Gonzalo see our read the full article →

Tropical storm Gonzalo to become hurricane, threaten Leeward islands

Tropical storm Gonzalo, the seventh named storm of the 2014 Atlantic Hurricane Season, has formed to the east of the Leeward islands and is expected to become a hurricane in the coming days. The forecast models do not expect any U.S. threat to emerge from this storm.Yesterday when we wrote read the full article →