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AIR: Isaac Insured Losses Could Reach $2 Billion; Threats Remain

Catastrophe modeler AIR Worldwide says onshore insured losses from Hurricane Isaac could reach $2 billion.

The storm is now well-inland and has been downgraded to a tropical depression with winds of 35 mph as its rain begins to sop Arkansas and Missouri before the storm turns east.

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