US sets record for billion-dollar weather disasters in a year
The deadly firestorm in Hawaii and Hurricane Idalia’s watery storm surge helped push the United States to a record for the number of weather disasters that cost $1 billion or
US sets record for expensive weather disasters in a year -- with four months yet to go
The deadly firestorm in Hawaii and Hurricane Idalia’s watery storm surge helped push the United States to an annual record for the number of weather disasters that cost at least $1 billion
Number of billion-dollar weather disasters in US blows through annual record with four months left in the year
It’s been a record-smashing year for the most expensive weather and climate disasters in the United States this year after severe storms, the deadly Maui wildfire and Hurricane Idalia tipped the scales last month.
U.S. has seen a record number of weather disasters this year. It’s only September.
Twenty-three “billion dollar” weather disasters have struck the United States this year - a record. And there are still four months left in this year, with the very real potential for more devastating weather ahead.
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