CoreLogic® today released its annual Natural Hazard Risk Summary and Analysis which shows relatively average or below-average activity for most U.S. natural hazards with the exception of flood and wind, both of which saw above-average activity, due in large part to Hurricane Matthew. The report reviews annual hazard activity in the U.S. including events for flooding, earthquake, wildfire, wind, hail, tornado, hurricanes and winter storms with spotlights on several international events including Asia typhoon. Highlights from the analysis include:
For an interactive version of the 2016 CoreLogic Natural Hazard Risk Summary and Analysis, which includes maps, charts and images, visit this link.
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