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Hurricane Grace insured property loss estimated $330m by KCC

Onshore property losses covered by insurance after recent hurricane Grace are expected to reach around US $330 million, according to catastrophe risk modeller Karen Clark & Company (KCC). Hurricane Grace impacted parts of the Caribbean and Mexico, where it made two landfalls. KCC splits the onshore insured property loss into $300 million read the full article →

Hurricane Henri forecast for New York or New England landfall

Hurricane Henri is tracking to the north over the warm Gulf Stream waters and is forecast to to head towards the US northeast states of Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut and New York, with landfall in New York or New England expected on Sunday. Hurricane Henri's forecast cone and future has all read the full article →

Hurricane Grace set for two Mexico landfalls, risk to World Bank cat bond low

Hurricane Grace is soon to make landfall on Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula, with sustained winds of 80 mph and gusts closer to 100 mph and a dangerous storm surge expected. Hurricane Grace took the more southerly route, having once been expected to enter the Gulf of Mexico as a potential United States read the full article →

Tropical storm Fred set for Florida landfall. Grace a Gulf threat. Henri to form

Tropical storm Fred is now set for a landfall late on Monday in the Florida Panhandle or Big Bend area, moving slowly towards the coast with winds currently at 60 mph and a little more strengthening still forecast before landfall. In the end, Tropical storm Fred missed southern Florida and tracked read the full article →

Tropical storm Fred warnings for Florida. Storm/hurricane Grace threat next week

Tropical storm Fred warnings have been raised for Florida, as the currently still tropical depression status Fred approaches and is expected to strengthen. After Fred, another disturbance in the Atlantic is likely to be named tropical storm Grace in the next day, which could also threaten Florida next week. Tropical storm read the full article →