Hurricane Barbara now cat 4 storm in Pacific

 In Event News

Hurricane Barbara has intensified rapidly and as of Tuesday morning, July 2, was a category 4 storm in the Pacific Ocean. Some weakening is expected later this week as Barbara moves north-west into cooler waters. The storm, or its remnants, may impact Hawaii early next week.

While Hurricane Barbara does not present an immediate landfall threat, it is a good reminder to review windstorm notifications and procedures for pre and post landfall analytics.

EigenPrism 3.0 offers a complete Alerts module that makes it easy to view, set and manage all your Alerts.

  • EigenPrism users can view this video to see the version 3.0 Alerts module
  • And this article explains the different windstorm event sets you may wish to select for notifications on your exposure.

Assessing the impact

EigenAlerts provide automated notifications with key metrics to estimate impact:

  • Customized and mobile enabled
  • Updated as forecasts and advisories change

EigenPrism users who have set Alerts will receive email and text notifications detailing the estimated impact on their exposure.

Contact us if you want to use EigenAlerts immediately; you can be up and running in a day if you have data in standard cat model or spreadsheet format.


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