You’d be hard-pressed not to find a farmer or rancher who wasn’t hit with an extreme bout of weather in 2023. In fact, weather disasters hit a new record last year, with a whopping 28 natural disasters occurring last year, beating 2020’s record of 22 events.

Each of the 28 events spanned one billion dollars, the marker of seriously damaging weather or climate-related disaster. The tracking of billion-dollar events dates back to 1980. That makes the total cost of extreme weather disaster events at least $92.9 billion last year. The events also cost the lives of 492 people. Drought majorly hit much of the U.S. from spring through fall, along with a deadly summer heat wave estimated to have cost $14.5 billion.

Read more on 2023 natural disasters here.