The Federal Emergency Management Agency just released a map of estimated flood zones in the United States for the year 2100—and it doesn’t look good. The pink and red map that FEMA has released shows only a small snippet near Montana and Wyoming that seem to go unharmed, with even small chances of flooding in interior states with higher elevations. Aside from the total catastrophe of flooding and flood damage, the FEMA report also looks into just who will pay for future damage caused by impending storms.


Insurance A» Home Insurance A» Map: Flood Insurance Policies, State By StateFloods and flash floods occur in all 50 states and the District of Columbia, and every American lives in a flood zone, according to the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
The projected maps highlight the Great Lakes region to be the hardest hit area for river-related flooding, while the Northwest, Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic Coasts are the more obvious, large body-related affected zones.





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