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Flooding and damaging winds most destructive U.S. natural hazards in 2016: CoreLogic

January 26, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

Natural hazard activity in the United States in 2016 was “relatively average or below average,” with the exception of flood and wind, both of which saw above-average activity, due in large part to Hurricane Matthew, CoreLogic, Inc. said on Thursday.

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Small tornado touches down as storm wallops California

January 11, 2017 Eric Risberg and Janie Har - THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

SAN FRANCISCO – A small tornado was whipped up as part of a powerful band of thunderstorms that moved through Northern California during the latest deluge that has downed trees, swollen rivers and prompted evacuations over flood fears. The tornado

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Reaping the Whirlwind

October 11, 2016 Emily Atkins, Editor

Tornado gives Doerr Claims Services a quick start

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Louisiana floods to cost U.S. economy between US$10-15 billion: Aon Benfield’s Impact Forecasting

September 8, 2016 by Canadian Underwriter

The recent flooding in Louisiana is expected to cost the economy of the United States between US$10 billion and US$15 billion, with public and private insured losses expected in the low-digit single billions, according to Aon Benfield’s latest Global Catastrophe

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[Updated]: Possible tornado in Windsor, Ont., area damages homes; 3 injured

August 25, 2016 The Canadian Press

WINDSOR, Ont. – More than a dozen homes were damaged and at least three people injured Wednesday evening amid multiple reports of a possible tornado touching down in southwestern Ontario. Environment Canada said an eyewitness saw a tornado near LaSalle,

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Possible tornado touches down in Windsor area causing damage

August 24, 2016 The Canadian Press

WINDSOR, Ont. – Multiple reports of a possible tornado touching down in southwestern Ontario flooded social media as a wild storm passed through Wednesday evening. Video of the funnel cloud forming over LaSalle from @TheWindsorStar reader Katie Lynn Maheux #YQG

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Severe summer storm in the Prairies causes more than $48 million in insured damage, CatIQ reports

August 16, 2016 by Canadian Underwriter

A severe storm that swept through Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba during the second week of July has resulted in more than $48 million in insured damage, according to Toronto-based Catastrophe Indices and Quantification Inc. (CatIQ), which delivers detailed analytical and

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Nearly $90 million in insured losses from Western Canada thunderstorm system: PCS

August 15, 2016 by Canadian Underwriter

Insured property damage from a thunderstorm system July 18-20 in Western Canada is pegged, in a preliminary estimate, at $89.06 million, Verisk Analytics Inc.’s Property Claims Services unit reported. “In Alberta, thunderstorms brought strong winds, heavy rain and hail primarily

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Southern Manitoba hit by bad storms, reports surface of buildings being damaged

July 21, 2016 The Canadian Press

WINNIPEG – A severe storm that roared through southern Manitoba on Wednesday left considerable damage in its wake. Tornado warnings were issued across the region, and reports poured in on social media of trees being downed, intersections flooded and power

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Nasty weather, including possible tornado, hits south central Saskatchewan

July 20, 2016 by Canadian Underwriter

DAVIDSON, Sask. – Parts of south-central Saskatchewan have been hammered with hail, heavy rain and even a twister. During a public alert issued Tuesday night, Environment Canada said a tornado had been reported touching down in a rural area near

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Tornadoes cause serious damage in Kansas

July 10, 2016 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

EUREKA, Kan. – Tornadoes ripped through southeast Kansas late Thursday, causing widespread damage in a small town, though no injuries have been reported. The National Weather Service said Friday that preliminary data show that an EF2 tornado on Thursday night

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Tornado shuts down Canadian company’s solar cell factory in China, no material impact anticipated

June 28, 2016 by Canadian Underwriter

Emergency team members have been dispatched to help employees and communities affected by the tornado that damaged and shut down Canadian Solar’s solar cell factory in China, although it is not anticipated the event will have a material impact on