Insured losses resulting from Tropical Storm Hanna are expected to be insignificant, according to AIR Worldwide.

According to a Guy Carpenter Instrat report, Tropical Storm Hanna made landfall at around 3:20 a.m. EST on Sept. 8 near the border between North and South Carolina, packing sustained winds of about 60 mph. According to the National Hurricane Center (NHC), landfall position was approximately 25 miles west-northwest of Wilmington, North Carolina and approximately 150 miles northeast of Charleston, South Carolina. On making landfall, Hanna moved quickly through eastern North Carolina and continued on a north-eastern track through the eastern mid-Atlantic states on the evening of the Sept. 6, local time. Hanna lost tropical characteristics as it moved through New England on the Sept. 7 at around 5:00 p.m. EST.

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