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Last year was the second-costliest year for weather and climate disasters since records began to be kept.  With $110 billion in damage in total over the course of the whole year, the National Climatic Data Center reported that the USA had eleven different weather and climate events that each exceeded $1 billion in damage.  This poses the question, is the weather really getting worse?  Considering we faced all kinds of natural disasters ranging from tornadoes, large-scale flooding, drought, heat waves, and tropical cyclones, the answer is yes due to the growing amount of property in the United States.  Hurricane Sandy, which cost approximately $65 billion in damage costs, was the nation's deadliest disaster and caused more than 130 fatalities.  Be prepared for the next natural disaster and make sure you have the right flood insurance coverage.
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