2017 was a notable tornado season, with 1522 reports of tornadoes between January 2nd and December 20th of 2017.
The Anderson Dam in San Jose flooded Coyote Creek forcing the evacuation of 14,000 people in San Jose.
One of the worst natural disasters to ever hit Tennessee, over 16,000 acres were burned in the fires.
Hurricane Matthew was a Category 5 hurricane in September of 2016, causing catastrophic damage to Haiti.
Prolonged rainfall in Louisiana in August of 2016 resulted in significant flooding and caused catastrophic damage to the state.
The Erksine fire is the 15th most destructive wildfire in California history, burning over 19,000 acres in Kern County.
The Fort McMurray fire began May 1, 2016, causing the largest wildfire evacuation in Alberta’s history.
Flooding in South Carolina from October 1-5 2015 after a record-breaking 24-hour rainfall was catastrophic.
The largest wildfire season in Washington’s history, over one million acres were burned between June and September of 2015.
Also known as the Central Texas Memorial Day Flood, a record amount of flooding made history in 2015.