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Severe Weather in Southeast Expected to Cost Hundreds of Millions

Two days of severe weather recently swept across the Southeast, as states were raked by tornadoes, heavy rains and hail on April 27 and 28...
May 14, 2014

Two days of severe weather recently swept across the Southeast, as states were raked by tornadoes, heavy rains and hail on April 27 and 28. Officials estimate there were as many as 108 tornado touchdowns. A report by Aon’s Impact Forecasting said that while it is still too early for specific cost estimates, losses are anticipated to reach at least hundreds of millions of dollars. April 28 was the busiest tornado day of 2014, as twisters struck areas of Mississippi, Alabama and Tennessee.

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