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Here's what insurance pros need to know to deal with the 2018 hurricane season.

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Insurance companies and their investors are trying to predict what the 2018 hurricane season will hold for them. (Photo: iStock)

In good news for the U.S., updated forecasts for the 2018 hurricane season suggest hurricane activity will be average, based on current weather patterns in the Atlantic Ocean — despite Subtropical Storm Alberto, which made landfall on the Florida Panhandle on May 28. But what does that mean for property & casualty insurers in terms of profitability?

Rosalie Donlon

Rosalie Donlon is the editor in chief of NU Property & Casualty magazine and NU PropertyCasualty360.com. You can contact her at rdonlon@alm.com.

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