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Preliminary Event Briefing - Tropical Cyclone Nate - Wind and Storm Surge - Nicaragua - October 8, 2017

Nate is the sixteenth tropical cyclone of the 2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season. It formed as a tropical depression in the southwestern Caribbean Sea on 4 October at 1500UTC and it became a tropical storm on 5 October at 1200UTC before making landfall on the Nicaragua coast. Its core passed over eastern Nicaragua, with tropical-storm-force winds over this area (mainly over the coastal waters of Nicaragua), and left the country on 5 October at 2100UTC.
The preliminary runs of CCRIF’s loss model for wind and storm surge produced government losses for Nicaragua below the attachment point for its Tropical Cyclone (TC) policy therefore no payout is due.

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