The damage totals from Hurricane Irma are still being tallied, but early numbers are in: As of Tuesday, the storm is estimated to have caused between $42.5 billion and $65 billion of damage. That's according to a Tuesday release by Irvine, Calif.-based analytics company CoreLogic.
Between $13.5 billion and $19 billion of that damage is insured.
Flooding caused between $25 billion to $38 billion of the damage across Alabama, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina. Between $5 billion and $8 billion of residential flood loss was insured.
"An estimated 80 percent of flood damage to residential properties from Hurricane Irma is not covered by any flood insurance," the CoreLogic release said.
Despite the high flood damage, according to the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation, there were just 577 private flood insurance claims in Florida. As of Monday, there were 372,281 claims filed related to Hurricane Irma across the state totalling almost $2.2 billion.
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