The 10 Most Disaster-Prone States

Flooding struck Rhode Island in 2010 Photograph by Darren McCollester/Getty Images

Homeowners in Rhode Island, you’re in trouble. The state is second only to Florida in risk of natural hazards—fun events such as flood, wildfire, tornado, and storm surge. So says a new report from CoreLogic, an Irvine (Calif.)-based property information and data provider, which ranked the continental U.S. on risk of eight major weather events, plus sinkholes.

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