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Storms in April, mostly throughout the U.S. Southeast, are expected to cause insured losses of around $4 billion—possibly as high as $5.5 billion, according to recent estimates.

AIR, measuring the weather events that occurred from April 22-28, says losses will be between $3.7 billion and $5.5 billion. The Boston-based catastrophe-risk modeling firm says the estimate includes residential, commercial, industrial and automobile damage, as well as additional living expenses and business-interruption losses.

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