Weather-Related Deaths and Injuries

Over the last 10 years, Texas has experienced the most weather-related deaths in the United States. From 2014 through 2023, 772 people have died and an additional 3,418 have been injured in Texas from weather events. Floods, winter weather (including extreme cold), and heat are responsible for the most weather-related deaths in Texas. Use the map to explore weather-related injury and fatality trends in the United States by clicking on any state.