Severe Weather Disasters Hit Nearly Entire U.S. From 2011-’21

Nexus News: More than 93% of people in the U.S. live in a county hit by a severe weather disaster in the last decade, according to the new Atlas of Disaster report from Rebuild by Design. Between 2011 and 2021, some counties have endured as many 12 federally-declared disasters. California, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Iowa, and Tennessee had the most disasters (at least 20 each) and five different states (Louisiana, New York, New Jersey, North Dakota, and Vermont) received the most federal aid per person. Read more>>