The United States is the most vulnerable to extreme weather in the world, according to a new study that ranked 50 states and Washington, D.C., among the most dangerous places in the country for extreme weather.
The report by The Weather Company and The Weather Institute, which analyzes the weather on a daily basis, said the U.S. has more than 10 million people living in areas where snowfall is at least 15 inches and snowfall in the 50 states has reached at least one inch.
It’s an increase of about 40 percent since the early 1970s, and the number of states with measurable snowfall has increased by a similar percentage.
The average number of snow days a year for the last four decades has been about 12, the report said.
It also found that more than 20 percent of U.s. counties had at least 30 inches of snow in 2014, an increase from about 11 percent in 2013.
The state of Texas, which has been on the front lines of climate change for years, has the most severe snow and ice in the nation, with more than a foot of snowfall across the state.
Texas has recorded snowfall of nearly one inch in the last five years.
The number of people who are insured under the state’s catastrophic plan has increased from 9.7 million in 2012 to 10.3 million in 2014.
The U.K., which has seen a slight uptick in extreme weather over the past year, is the only other state that has seen an increase in its number of insured people, with an increase to nearly 12 million.
The forecasted average temperature for November through March is expected to be about 32 degrees F. The report does not include a specific temperature forecast for November and December, which is usually the hottest part of the year.
In Washington, the forecasted temperature for this time of year is expected at about 34 degrees F, which would be about four degrees below normal for November.
For the past several decades, the U, D and other northern states have been at the epicenter of the nation’s severe weather.
The states are experiencing a significant increase in extreme precipitation events due to warmer-than-normal temperatures, particularly in the Northeast and Midwest.
As temperatures rise, the snowpack is being depleted and the water table is shrinking.
In the U., as much as 40 percent of snow has fallen in the U District, the District of Columbia, and Virginia.
The states with the most extreme precipitation have also seen the most significant increases in flooding, according the report.
The five most severe storms that hit the U last year were the storm that killed three people in Maryland, the storm from a snowstorm in South Carolina, the massive rainstorm in New York City, and another heavy snowstorm on December 17 in Texas.