You can never tell what the next big natural disaster will be. Who knows there could be a monster Blizzard along the east coast in the United States, an earthquake in California or any where along the 'ring of fire' in the Pacific, or even drought like the one being experienced in Texas. However I do think in the United States conditions are setting up for a very active severe weather season in the south east, which they don't need after all the violent tornadoes they got last year. I say this because the Gulf of Mexico, which feeds storm systems as the move across the country into the south east is still very warm, with no bitter cold cooling it off this year (at least yet!). This warmer water will add more moisture to the air, which could result in more storms for the south east.