Tropical Storm Debby Brings Heavy Rain, Flooding, and Winds to Florida
Published on: 25-Jun- 2012 | Comments: 0
As of Monday, June 25, the center of tropical storm Debby was in the northern Gulf of Mexico, slowly approaching the western coast of Florida. Debby had caused heavy rain, flooding, and high winds throughout portions of Florida, and spawned isolated tornadoes.
Forecasters expected heavy rain, flooding, and strong winds to persist for several days as Debby continues its slow movement. Tropical storm warnings and tornado watches were in effect for much of Florida as of Monday afternoon.
Monitoring the Storm
Organizations with interests in areas that could be affected by tropical storm Debby should continue to monitor local news and advisories from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s National Hurricane Center and Storm Prediction Center, and various state and local agencies.
Organizations can also read our article on preparing for hurricane season, which contains advice on steps our clients can take before, during, and after a storm.
Marsh Resources Ready to Assist
Marsh’s property risk, forensic accounting, business resiliency, and crisis management experts are available to assist clients with both pre- and post-event concerns. If you have business interests in potentially affected areas, would like assistance with property inspections or a review of your business resiliency planning, or have questions regarding your insurance coverages, please contact your local Marsh relationship manager or call:
- The Marsh Catastrophe Hotline at +1 866 252 7492; or
- Marsh Risk Consulting’s hotline at +1 212 345 9589 (+1 866 928 7475 within the U.S. and Canada).
Marsh’s local dedicated claims teams and client executives can support clients in their business recovery in the event that they are affected by a hurricane or other disaster. The local teams are supported by our regional and international claims experts, including specialists in large or complex claims. To file a claim, contact your client executive or send an email to the appropriate address listed below:
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