Florida had two major storms in 2016: Hurricane Hermine and Hurricane Mathew. Interestingly, each storm affected opposite coasts of Florida with no overlapping counties. Here’s a map we compiled showing the total impact in dollars FEMA-published declaration letters:
What’s interesting here is that many more counties received declarations than had PDA impact numbers. Of course, there’s many reasons for this: Mathew was quickly declared and counties may have had more disaster costs identified after Florida sent the initial declaration letter. The latter shows the need for damage assessment software to more quickly pass disaster costs to the State.