Picton storm insurance frustration
Morten Olsen: „What worries me the most when a storm is approaching is if we don’t take steps to protect ourselves. We need to make sure we can survive if we have a storm and also to protect our property.“
But it is a storm that could come back and wreak devastation and damage to their properties.
This time, the storms have become more serious, not more fleeting
Morten Olsen: „We are getting a storm, it’s only yesterday that we were expecting that but it is a storm that could come back and wreak havoc and damage and we are losing everything.“
Their property has a water storage tank and a drainage system and that does not stop the property from being submerged and damaged.
As a result, the owners are taking measures to protect themselves with plans to relocate to higher ground.
Morten Olsen: „It looks like it’s going to be quite a long trip just to move away from the land where our home is.“
It does not stop there. A storm that did not even make landfall on the same island as the property has the potential to affect the homes on the other side of the capital.
The National storm centre said it saw the strongest storm on record.
It also predicted an extremely dry summer as a result of the El Nino weather system.
But바카라 now weather service chief Rolf Eder said it will not get any worse.
„We have had four straight years of above normal weather and that is also what we would expect if something like this happens.
„There’s still time, it’s a lot less severe. For us now it’s a bit more of a wait.
„As I say, I expect there to be some showers this summer and there could be some rain from the west coast, that will play havoc with our system in the west of South Africa.“
Rolf Ed우리카지노er said there is no change to the weather forecast for this weekend
A similar situation in Cape Town happened in 2010 when the wind speed in that우리카지노 region was as high as 105km/h.
And the same goes for the South Pacific: a storm of that severity is going to have huge impacts on the region.
A forecast from the Bureau of Meteorology says there is a likelihood of strong winds in the Central Coast (the Cape province), the KwaZulu-Natal coast, the state of South Africa and the souther