INTERACTIVE: Tracking storm events in the Tri-State

Last year's spring and summer storms were costly

The winter storms have been brutal, but last year's spring and summer storm season took a huge financial toll on the Tri-State.

Hail, thunderstorms and flooding cost residents an estimated $650,000.

About 72 percent of the 2013 events in the Tri-State involved thunderstorms or flooding. Those events were the costliest for residents and businesses – nine of every 10 had reported damage of at least $1,000.

Hamilton County had 35 storm events last year, highest among the counties in the analysis, and the 31 days of July were particularly gloomy in Cincinnati – there was rain or thunderstorm activity on 18 of those days.







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