hurricane Nate 2017


Hurricane Nate wind & flood damage could hit $1.35bn: CoreLogic

Catastrophe risk modelling specialist, CoreLogic, has provided a preliminary insured and uninsured loss estimate from the impacts of hurricane Nate of up to $1.35 billion, with the majority coming from wind damage to residential properties. The preliminary estimate, which excludes uninsured residential and commercial flood losses, is between $650 million and read the full article →

RMS says hurricane Nate’s insured losses will not top $500m

Catastrophe risk modelling firm RMS has said that it does not believe that the insurance and reinsurance industry will face any more than $500 million of losses from recent hurricane Nate's wind and coastal flooding on the U.S. Gulf Coast. Nate struck the Gulf Coast as a strong Category 1 hurricane read the full article →

Hurricane Nate industry loss estimated at $500m: Karen Clark & Co.

Catastrophe risk modelling firm Karen Clark & Company has estimated that the insurance and reinsurance industry could face a $500 million industry loss from hurricane Nate's weekend impacts. It's a low enough figure to mean that most reinsurers and ILS funds will not be too concerned over the potential for hurricane read the full article →

Nate’s Cat 1 hurricane losses expected to be relatively low

Hurricane Nate made landfall on the U.S. Gulf Coast as a Category 1 storm with sustained winds of around 85 mph over the weekend, which has the potential to exacerbate losses for some insurance and reinsurance firms, but overall is expected to be a relatively small event, compared to other read the full article →

Hurricane Nate set for Gulf Coast landfall, forecast to intensify

Hurricane Nate remains on course for the United States Gulf Coast, where forecasts predict it will make landfall as a strong hurricane. Nate currently has 90 mph winds and higher gusts, with central pressure of 982mb (at 06:00 PM UTC Oct 7th), and the storm could intensify further before landfall read the full article →

Nate forecast to reach hurricane strength on track for Gulf coast of U.S.

Updated information on now hurricane Nate can be found here. Tropical storm Nate is set on a course towards the United States, where forecasts predict it will make a Gulf Coast landfall as a hurricane. It's uncertain how strong or where the landfall could be, but sea temperatures in the read the full article →