In the month of April, severe weather in the central and southern sections of the United States caused $1 billion in insured losses, according to the “Global Catastrophe Recap” report, published by Impact Forecasting LLC, the catastrophe model development center of Aon Benfield. Economic losses were even higher.

Several central states sustained widespread tornado, hail and wind damage and 94 tornado touchdowns were recorded over 72 hours.

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