As the insurance industry presently deals with the ramifications of earthquakes, tornadoes and flooding, tropical storm season in the northern hemisphere has now begun in earnest.

Catastrophe modeling firm EQECAT has issued its first “CatWatch” of the year. The publication notes the Atlantic Hurricane season is forecasted to be “slightly above average” in activity, intensity and landfalls.

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