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Disaster Declared due to Drought and Deluge, Extreme Weather

Posted by feww on October 4, 2012

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Global Disasters/ Significant Events

Agricultural Disaster Declared in 216 Additional Counties

USDA has declared 216 additional counties across nine states as disaster areas (total includes both primary and contiguous designations) due to drought and damaging weather.

  • The states are Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, Minnesota, New York, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, Tennessee and Wisconsin.


U.S. Drought Disaster Map, October 3, 2012. Source: USDA. Edited for brevity by FIRE-EARTH.

  • The disasters were caused by
    • Drought in Minnesota and North Dakota.
    • Flash flooding, high winds and hail that began June 22, 2012, and continues in New York.
    • Damages and losses caused by weather-related armyworm outbreak that began May 15 and continues in New York and Pennsylvania.
    • Damages and losses caused by Hurricane Isaac and related conditions such as excessive rain, flooding, hail, high winds and tornadoes that occurred during the period of April 1 – Sept. 14, 2012 in Alabama, Louisiana and Tennessee.
    • Severe storms with high winds and excessive rain that occurred May 24-June 27, 2012
    • Damages and losses caused by drought and excessive heat followed by Hurricane Isaac and related conditions such as excessive rain, flooding, hail, high winds and tornadoes that occurred during the period of April 1 – Sept. 14, 2012 in Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee.
    • Damages and losses caused by Hurricane Isaac in Alabama and Mississippi.
    • Damages and losses caused by severe storms with high winds and excessive rain that occurred May 24-June 27, 2012 in Wisconsin.
    • Damages and losses caused by unseasonably warm weather followed by frosts and freezes that occurred March 11-May 10, 2012 in Wisconsin.
    • Damages and losses caused by high winds, excessive rain and flooding that occurred June 19-20, 2012 in Wisconsin and Minnesota.

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