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Texas sustained $1.8 billion in 2014 first-half catastrophe losses—including $1.4 billion in Q2—to lead all states during what was generally a mild stretch for cats in the U.S.

PCS says Texas was a part of seven catastrophe events in 2014′s first half. The three biggest were wind and thunderstorm events that occurred from March 27-29 ($375.8 million in insured losses in the state), April 2-4 ($761.2 million) and Jne 12-13 ($361.8 million).

Illinois and Pennsylvania followed Texas with $737 million and $677 million in first-half cat losses, according to Property Claim Services’ Q2 2014 Catastrophe Review.

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