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Senior Risk Engineer- Primary Casualty, AXA XL

No one can tell me,
Nobody knows,
Where the wind comes from,
Where the wind goes.

A.A. Milne

Poets have had a lot to say about wind. It’s long been a mysterious natural force. One that can bring both great joy with dancing kites and swaying trees, as well as untold devastation with downed trees, shattered homes.

Milne was onto something with the above verse. Despite advances in meteorological science, wind remains a capricious natural phenomenon. Weather forecasts provide insight on the maximum wind speed that can be expected on a given day, but it is hard to know precisely when or to what level wind events will occur. And lack of precision in forecasting is what makes wind events so dangerous.

High winds can create a wide range of hazards that subsequently cause power outages, damage to buildings and vehicle transportation disruptions; even injury and death.

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