Hurricane Matthew made landfall Friday morning, hammering the east coast of Florida. The Category 3 storm had already hit the Caribbean, killing hundreds in Haiti, Cuba and the Bahamas, and it's not yet known what the human toll will be in the U.S. once it finally passes.
In addition to the human toll, there's also a financial one, and while it's too early to say what kind of dollar value will be attached to the damage, a look at other weather disasters of 2016 tells us that it's likely to be high.
According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), this year has already seen its fair share of weather disasters that have incurred losses and damages of at least $1 billion each. These events have been spread out across the country and have included such phenomena as flooding, tornadoes and hail storms.
The following 10 weather disasters that struck the U.S. this year have price tags of $1 billion or more, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. All data is from the NOAA unless otherwise specified.