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Winter Storm Caleb
November 11th, 2019

Snow from a fast-moving weather system, named winter storm Caleb by the weather channel, will blanket parts of the Plains, Midwest and Northeast, including areas as far south as Tennessee, early this week. This latest round of early season snow will quickly spread into the interior Northeast and Ohio Valley Monday. Following behind the snow is a blast of cold air, which is likely to break records in the central and eastern United States through midweek. Winter storm warnings and winter weather advisories have been issued by the National Weather Service from the Front Range of the Rockies and central Plains into parts of the Midwest, Appalachians and interior Northeast. Chicago, Cincinnati, Denver, Milwaukee, Omaha, and St. Louis are among the cities under a winter weather advisory. Burlington, Vermont, and Buffalo, Rochester and Syracuse, New York, are under a winter storm warning for more significant snow accumulations.

Customers are strongly encouraged to read their Description of Coverage or Insurance Policy for details regarding their available coverage. For plans that do offer coverage for adverse weather and natural disasters, please note that there is no coverage for this specific event under any plans purchased on or after November 11, 2019.


Sub-Tropical Storm Rebekah
October 31st, 2019

Sub-Tropical Storm Rebekah formed Wednesday, October 30, 2019 in the North Atlantic Ocean. Rebekah is moving toward the east-northeast near 21 mph and this general motion is expected to continue today. A turn back toward the east and east-southeast is anticipated tonight and on Friday. Maximum sustained winds are near 45 mph with higher gusts. Little change in strength is expected today, but gradual weakening is forecast to begin by this afternoon or tonight. Rebekah is forecast to become a post-tropical cyclone on Friday, when it moves near the Azores. The national hurricane center advises interests in the Azores to monitor the progress of Rebekah.

Customers are strongly encouraged to read their Description of Coverage or Insurance Policy for details regarding their available coverage. For plans that do offer coverage for adverse weather and natural disasters, please note that there is no coverage for this specific storm under any plans purchased on or after October 30, 2019.


Sub-Tropical Storm Melissa
October 11th, 2019

Sub-Tropical Storm Melissa formed Friday, October 11, 2019 in the Atlantic, southeast of New England. Melissa is moving toward the south-southwest near 3 mph, but little net motion is expected today. A turn toward the east-northeast with an increase in forward speed is forecast tonight and this motion will continue through the weekend. On the forecast track, the center of Melissa will move away from the east coast of the United States. Maximum sustained winds are near 65 mph with higher gusts and gradual weakening is expected over the next couple of days with Melissa forecast to lose its subtropical characteristics by Saturday night. At this time, there are no coastal watches or warnings in effect, however, wind gusts to 50 mph are likely to continue over portions of Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard, and Nantucket through much of today. Coastal flooding will continue today along portions of the U.S. east coast from the mid-Atlantic states to southeastern New England, and swells generated by Melissa will affect much of the U.S. east coast, portions of the Bahamas, Bermuda, and Atlantic Canada. These swells will result in life-threatening surf and rip current conditions.

Customers are strongly encouraged to read their Description of Coverage or Insurance Policy for details regarding their available coverage. For plans that do offer coverage for adverse weather and natural disasters, please note that there is no coverage for this specific storm under any plans purchased on or after October 11, 2019.


Super Typhoon Hagibis
October 8th, 2019

Super Typhoon Hagibis has gathered strength with astonishing speed. This western Pacific storm first became a tropical depression and then tropical storm Saturday October 5, 2019. Winds in the system surged by at least 90 mph by Monday morning. All told, it took just 18 hours for Hagibis to reach super typhoon status. By Monday evening, local time, sustained winds had reached 162 mph, with gusts in excess of 186 mph, and the storm is set to strengthen even further into today. The U.S. National Weather Service issued a typhoon warning for the islands of Saipan, Tinian, Alamagan and Pagan in the Northern Marianas on Sunday, with the worst impacts from the storm expected in the region through Monday afternoon, Eastern Time. A tropical storm warning was also in effect for the islands of Agrihan, Rota, and Guam. Hagibis is set to bring strong winds and torrential rainfall to the Northern Marianas, a U.S. territory, through today, Eastern Time. Flash flooding and high surf are also likely in Guam as the centre of the storm passes to the north. From there, models diverge somewhat on the eventual path of the storm, but the official track takes it on a path close to Japan's main island by the end of the week. Given the expected trajectory and strength of this storm, Weather Network meteorologists say it may eventually influence the weather in western North America in the long range.

Customers are strongly encouraged to read their Description of Coverage or Insurance Policy for details regarding their available coverage. For plans that do offer coverage for adverse weather and natural disasters, please note that there is no coverage for this specific storm under any plans purchased on or after October 5, 2019.

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