The season’s first hail storm on Friday, May 18, didn’t do a lot of damage, but the next one could be much worse. Just two years ago, on July 28, 2016, a severe storm lobbed tennis ball-sized hailstones onto parts of Colorado Springs, triggering $352.8 million in insurance claims. The storm caused half a million […]
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