The record-breaking level of rainfall from Hurricane Harvey—combined with potentially high losses from Hurricane Irma—will help determine what, if anything, the market has learned since the 2005 hurricane season, the last time several major hurricanes made landfall.
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Hurricane Harvey, Hurricane Irma, Catastrophe, North America, Adam Podlaha, Aon Impact Forecasting