Severe weather can be unpredictable with devastating impacts.

This past spring, large hail storms pummeled Texas causing billions of dollars in property damage. Last April's hail storm damage in San Antonio totaled more than $2 billion and the National Weather Service verified reports of hail reaching 4.5 inches in diameter.

A tornado outbreak across the Plains and the Ohio Valley in April produced more than 50 tornadoes and 500 strong winds and hail reports. In July, large hail and high winds swept across the Rockies hitting Colorado particularly hard.

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