typhoon Halong


Typhoon Halong loss could be similar to Roke’s estimated $1.1 billion

The eventual insured loss total for typhoon Halong which struck Japan at the weekend could be of a similar magnitude to 2011's typhoon Roke which was estimated at $1.1 billion, according to risk modeller AIR Worldwide. Typhoon Halong struck Japan on Sunday, having been downgraded to a tropical storm just prior read the full article →

Typhoon Halong threatens wind, rains, floods & storm surge for Japan

Typhoon Halong, no longer a super typhoon having weakened a little, is now a category 1 equivalent typhoon with sustained winds of around 85mph and gusts of 105mph but threatens Japan with a direct hit of winds, torrential rains, floods and a storm surge. Update 10:00 GMT 9th Aug: Typhoon Halong is read the full article →

Super typhoon Halong could threaten southern Japan next week

Super typhoon Halong, the latest storm in the western Pacific typhoon season, has intensified to super typhoon status with sustained winds currently over 150mph and threatens to make a landfall on southern Japan late next week. Update: See our latest article on typhoon Halong, published 16:00 GMT 7th August. Update 07:30 GMT read the full article →