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Then and Now: Fifty Years after Quimburga
Christine Ziehmann , Giovanni Leoncini
Christine Ziehmann November 15, 2022

On November 13, 1972, now some 50 years ago, one of the strongest and most devastating windstorms struck Europe. Back in 1972, I was a…

Five Ways RMS HD Modeling Helps You Manage Europ...
Chloe Garrish , Giovanni Leoncini
Chloe Garrish October 26, 2022

Windstorms remain the main driver of natural catastrophe insured loss in Europe, due in part to high levels of insurance penetration across…

RMS Europe Windstorm HD Models Unify Climate Mod...
Giovanni Leoncini
Giovanni Leoncini September 20, 2022

Flood, hail, and convective storms have dominated conversations in the European insurance market during recent years. This is driven by…

Examining the European Windstorm Outlook This Wi...
Stephen Cusack
Stephen Cusack and Laurent Marescot November 06, 2020

The 2020–21 European windstorm season kicked off with Storm Alex in early October as a microcosm of this century so far, promising great winds…

Update on Multidecadal Variability of European W...
Stephen Cusack
Stephen Cusack March 05, 2020

At this moment, you might expect a blog about European windstorms to be about recent Storms Ciara-Sabine, Dennis and Jorge causing wind and…

Twenty Years After Storms Anatol, Lothar and Mar...
Michele Lai
Michele Lai December 18, 2019

Twenty years ago, while the planet was getting ready for transitioning to year 2000 and trying to solve the Y2K bug, the (re)insurance…

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