The hail storm that struck parts of Colorado Springs in the evening of July 28th cost insurers over $350 million.
Approximately 84,500 home and auto policy holders filed claims totaling $352.8 million, according to the Rocky Mountain Insurance Information Association. The association says they expect more claims to be filed.
The storm dented cars and smashed their windows, and caused significant damage to some homes.
The association says the storm is the second most costly catastrophe in Colorado Springs' history, behind the Waldo Canyon Fire, and the fourth most damaging storm in the State of Colorado.