Fizzled but not forgotten: Hermine may have weakened, but storm surge still a concern

by Heather Munro on September 7, 2016


Dozens of beaches were closed over Labor Day weekend, as post-tropical storm Hermine made its way slowly up the northeast Atlantic coast. Life-threatening riptides and rough surf kept swimmers out of the water in coastal towns across New York and New England.


On Tuesday, Hermine continued to weaken off the coast, but the storm is still expected to cause damage. Parts of Long Island are bracing for possible storm surge and moderate flooding.

SpatialKey can help you understand which insureds could be affected by secondary damage from the storm’s lingering presence. With the hurricane footprint from NOAA integrated within SpatialKey, you can also determine the storm’s impact on your book of business. Easily view and filter your exposure in coastal areas that have experienced storm surge or are expected to do so.

To learn more about how SpatialKey can help you understand your exposure and mobilize your claims team to respond to events, contact us today. 

Topics: Hurricane, Flood

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