Hurricane Michael

Data Driven Insights to Understand Impacts on your Business

 

Hurricane Michael made landfall on the Florida Panhandle on October 10 with 155 mile-per-hour winds, making it the strongest storm to hit the U.S. since 2004.

Wind Analysis

Maximum wind gusts for Hurricane Michael, based on post storm data from Verisk Weather Solutions' Respond™ hurricane product. The image indicates counties with at least some wind gusts of 70 mph or greater (shaded in red) and the track of the center of the tropical cyclone in purple.

Claims Data

ISO ClaimSearch® members are reporting Hurricane Michael-related claims in Florida, Alabama, Georgia, and North and South Carolina. The map on the left shows the concentration of types of losses. Click on the link below to view a chart of claims by loss type, location and date reported. Please check back as we continue to update information as new losses are reported.

View claims losses by type

Flood Analysis

The following maps depict related flooding in the Florida Panhandle, Alabama, and Georgia. AER continues to monitor flooding from the storm.

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Aerial Imagery

Verisk's Geomni owns and operates its own fleet of fixed-wing aircraft strategically located throughout the U.S. to best serve our customers following a major storm or catastrophe event.

Geomni pilots recently captured post-Hurricane Michael imagery, which already shows what a powerful and devastating hurricane this has been.

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Real-time Estimates

Provides up-to-date information and loss estimates

Today, companies have come to depend on the reliability and timeliness of AIR’s loss estimates to help them plan loss mitigation and resource allocation strategies, communicate effectively within their organizations, and set expectations for investors.

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