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So far, this year’s weather related losses have been marked by killer tornadoes, wild fires in Florida and California, flooding in the Mid-West and the first named storm of the season–not a good sign for insurers, said an industry representative.

“This sends a bit of an ominous note out that what was predicted in 2006 may in fact take place in 2007,” observed Joseph J. Annotti, senior vice president of public affairs for Des Plaines, Ill.-based Property Casualty Insurers Association of America.

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