According to data by CoreLogic, the 2016 hail season is already among the most severe in Texas history, with year-to-date results reaching the nine-year average for U.S. hail storm damage.
Estimated losses in Fort Worth, Plano, Wylie and San Antonio totaled close to $700 million. Collin County’s share of estimated loss is between $245-$320 million. Above figures are CoreLogic’s estimates.
Below is a summary highlight of the hail size, number and percentage of properties* affected by hail damage and the total estimated losses for these spring hail events.
|Date||City||Hail size and Loss|
|March 17||Fort Worth||Hail that reached almost 2.25 inches in diameter.
Estimated residential losses total between $60-80 million.
|March 23||Plano||Hail up to two inches in diameter and estimated residential losses of $25-40 million.|
|April 11||Wylie||Hail up to 3.5 inches in diameter was spotted in parts of the town.
Estimated residential damages range between $220-280 million.
|April 12||San Antonio||Hail reaching 3.25 inches.
Estimated residential losses total between $300-400 million.
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