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Extratropical Cyclone Niklas caused extensive damage to damage to onshore residential, commercial, industrial and agricultural properties (and their contents) and automobiles in Europe last month. (Photo: sakkmesterke/Shutterstock)

Catastrophe modeling firm AIR Worldwide estimates that insured losses from Extratropical Cyclone Niklas will range between EUR 1.0 billion ($1.099 billion) and EUR 1.9 billion ($2.087 billion), with the majority of losses in Germany. Losses also occurred in Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, France, Ireland, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Poland, Switzerland and the UK. AIR’s estimates include wind damage to onshore residential, commercial, industrial and agricultural properties (and their contents) and automobiles.

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