Windstorm Ciara impacts northwestern Europe

 In Event News

Windstorm Ciara brought high winds, flooding and snow to the northwestern region of Europe on Saturday and Sunday. Known as Ciara in the United Kingdom, the storm is called Sabine in Germany. Ciara reached Ireland on Saturday with high winds and rain, and moved into England and Scotland on Sunday, where flood warnings were still active on Monday.

In Europe, Ciara caused widespread travel disruption across the Netherlands, Sweden, France and Germany, as well as Poland and Slovenia.

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Our data partner MetCon has provided peak-gust wind footprints for Ciara and will continue to monitor the storm over the next few days. A second storm, not yet named, is expected to impact Ireland and parts of the UK by mid-week.

Monitor the changing conditions with real-time access to the key perils associated with this storm:

Real-time insights – EigenPrism users can access the event forecasts to create ad hoc analyses, export and share the insights. They can also use template reports to create a summary of the potential impact on their assets and then refresh as the storm develops.

EigenAlerts provide automated notifications with key metrics to estimate impact:

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

Subscribers who have set EigenAlerts will receive email and text notifications detailing the estimated impact on their exposure, as storm advisories are updated.

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