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Compared to recent history, natural disasters have been low the past two years, however when they have occurred, they seemed to be supercharged.

This past December, tumultuous weather swept through the U.S. with tornadoes and flooding killing dozens of people. Of the nine powerful twisters that roared through Texas, one tornado was classified as an EF-4 with 175 mph winds. In the central and southern U.S., storms produced massive flooding and threatened 13 states, putting more than 18 million Americans under flood warnings. Missouri took the brunt of the storm with the record historic river flooding.

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