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Losses from Windstorm Johanna, which caused havoc in Europe, are expected to be less severe than Windstorm Emma, which hit earlier, according to one catastrophe modeling agency.

Boston-based AIR Worldwide, a subsidiary of Jersey City, N.J.-based Insurance Services Offices Inc., said Windstorm Johanna, which was buffeting the United Kingdom and France this week, is expected to cause significantly less damage than Emma, which struck last week, because top wind speeds are less severe and the storm’s footprint is smaller.

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