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Tropical Cyclone Lisa was the twelfth named storm and the sixth hurricane of the 2022 Atlantic Hurricane Season. On 2 November at 2120 UTC, the centre of Lisa made landfall near Belize City, Belize, as a category 1 hurricane. It remained at hurricane strength for the next three hours, while moving across Belize. It was then downgraded to a tropical storm, continuing to move across Belize. On 3 November at 0300 UTC, Lisa left Belize, moving over northern Guatemala and southeastern Mexico. On 4 November, it dissipated over the Bay of Campeche.

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Tropical Cyclone Lisa was the twelfth named storm and the sixth hurricane of the 2022 Atlantic
Hurricane Season. On 2 November at 2120 UTC, the centre of Lisa made landfall near Belize
City, Belize, as a category 1 hurricane. It remained at hurricane strength for the next three
hours, while moving across Belize. I t was then downgraded to a tropical storm, continuing to
move a cross Belize. On 3 November at 0300 UTC, Lisa left Belize, moving over northern
Guatemala and southeastern Mexico. On 4 November, it dissipated over the Bay of Campeche.

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This event briefing describes the impact of rainfall in Belize, which was associated with a Covered Area Rainfall Event (CARE), on 3 November 2022. The Rainfall Index Loss (RIL) was below the attachment point of Belize’s excess rainfall policy and therefore no payout is due.

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Tropical Cyclone Julia was the tenth named storm and the fifth hurricane of the 20 22 Atlantic
Hurricane Season. On 9 October at 0715 UTC, the centre of Julia made landfall near Bluefields,
Nicaragua, as a category 1 hurricane. It remained at hurricane strength for the next eight hours,
while moving across Nicaragua and was then downgraded to a tropical storm, continuing to
cross Nicaragua. At 2100 UTC, it moved offshore and emerged over the Pacific Ocean, thus

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This event briefing describes the impact of rainfall in Trinidad and Tobago, which was associated with two Covered Area Rainfall Events (CAREs), one starting on 5 October and ending on 7 October 2022 for Trinidad, and other starting on 5 October and ending on 8 October 2022 for Tobago. The Rainfall Index Loss (RIL) for the CARE in Trinidad was above the attachment point of Trinidad and Tobago’s excess rainfall policy for Trinidad and a payout of USD$5,115,781.97 is due.

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A magnitude 5.2 earthquake occurred at 17:32:35 (UTC) on 30 September 2022, 128.3 km (79.7 mi) ENE of Corinto, Chinandega, Nicaragua and 108.8 km (67.6 mi) NNE of La Unión, El Salvador. Final estimates from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) located the epicentre of the event at 12.257°N, 88.331°W, and at a depth of 13 km (8.07 mi).

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A magnitude 5.2 earthquake occurred at 19:48:40 (UTC) on 28 September 2022, 22 km (13.7 mi) ENE of Codrington, Antigua and Barbuda. Final estimates from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) located the epicentre of the event at 17.705°N, 61.636°W, and at a depth of 38.4 km (23.86 mi).

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Tropical Cyclone Ian was the eighth named tropical cyclone and the fourth hurricane of the 2022
Atlantic Hurricane Season. On 26 September, Hurricane Ian passed near the Cayman Islands,
spreading tropical storm force winds over this country for several hours.

The Final runs of the CCRIF loss model for wind and storm surge produced government losses for
the Cayman Islands, which were below the attachment point of this country s Tropical Cyclone
policy. Therefore, no payout under the underlying policy is due.

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This event briefing describes the impact of rainfall in Trinidad and Tobago, which was associated with a Covered Area Rainfall Event (CARE), starting on 22 September and ending on 24 September 2022. The Rainfall Index Loss (RIL) was below the attachment point of Trinidad and Tobago’s excess rainfall policy for Tobago and therefore no payout is due.

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This event briefing describes the impact of rainfall in the Turks and Caicos Islands, which was associated with a Covered Area Rainfall Event (CARE), starting on 20 September and ending on 22 September 2022. The Rainfall Index Loss (RIL) was below the attachment point of the Turks and Caicos Islands’ excess rainfall policy and therefore no payout is due.

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