Windstorm


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Wind of sufficient force—generally above 48 knots—to be capable of damaging property in absence of rain
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According to Floriculture Department in Kashmir, more than 300-year-old one Chinar tree while four other 50-years-old trees were uprooted following the windstorms in the area.
The estimated amount of GDP Taiwan could lose from a major tropical windstorm could range between US$29.38 billion and US$145.88 billion.
Companies will no longer offer windstorm insurance if a named hurricane enters the Gulf of Mexico.
Windstorms Friederike, Eleanor and Carmen inflicted damage across Western and Central Europe last month, killing at least 20 people, according to Aon Benfield's Global Catastrophe Recap report for the month of January.
Windstorm closed ski resortOn the evening of December 10, a windstorm swept through the Chopok area of Low Tatras, the Jasna ski resort closing the next day.
The windstorm also disrupted power supply to Jandol, Khall, Timergara and Talash areas where power supply could not be restored in eight hours.
6 March 2014 -- London-based insurer Aon plc's (NYSE: AON) Impact Forecasting catastrophe model development centre said it has launched its new European windstorm model.
In anticipation of the event, Claims spoke with Michelle Griffin, executive director of the Windstorm Insurance Network.
PRAG (CyHAN)- Strong winds and snowfall caused by windstorm Xaver on Thursday night damaged electricity supply in northern Czech Republic, affecting tens of thousands of people.
Carlsbad, CA, October 04, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Eevelle announced today the launch of WindStorm, a high-quality line of semi-custom, fully trailerable boat covers available at affordable prices.