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A Record Start to the 2023 U.S. Tornado Season
James Cosgrove , Steve Drews
James Cosgrove April 26, 2023

The U.S. has experienced a record number of tornadoes in the first three months of 2023 according to preliminary data from the National…

2022: The Year of the European Hailstorm
Steve Drews
Steve Drews November 23, 2022

For the insurance industry and for everyone that keeps a close eye on climate extremes, 2022 will be remembered as the “Year of the Hailstorm…

EXPOSURE Magazine: Looking Ahead to the Next Ten...
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EXPOSURE magazine September 19, 2019

The year 2020 is just months away, and in the latest edition of EXPOSURE — the RMS magazine for risk management professionals, we consider…

May Tornadoes Leave U.S. in a Whirlwind
Christopher Allen
Christopher Allen June 07, 2019

Late May 2019 was a startlingly active period for severe convective storms (SCS) in the U.S., even after considering that May is typically one…

Disaster Risk Reduction: Avoiding the Inevitable
Nicola Howe
Nicola Howe April 17, 2019

While natural hazards are inevitable, their impact on any given community is not. This is the thrust of the #NoNaturalDisasters campaign.…

Spring into Action: U.S. Severe Convective Storm...
Christopher Allen
Christopher Allen April 17, 2019

Last weekend (April 13-14) marked the first major U.S. severe convective storm (SCS) outbreak of 2019. Drawing energy from warm, humid air…

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