The storm has already killed at least one person, injured dozens others and displaced thousands.
The 4.4-magnitude quake was felt by many in Santa Rosa, and a local fire department responded to gas leaks and stuck elevators.
Experts said not paying for specialty insurance could lead to more devastating costs if a weather-related disaster were to occur.
"The situation is almost like war ... Cars hanging from poles, cars overturned, lots of mud and water still," said the Rio de Janeiro Governor.
A pipeline spill from Collins Pipeline Co. was discovered on December 27 but hadn't been reported to the public. About 50,000 gallons have been cleaned up.
At least 10 people are dead and 32 injured after the incident on Furnas Lake in Brazil. Divers are searching the lake for more victims.
Hundreds of homes and businesses have been destroyed by what's already been called the most destructive fire in Colorado history.
"It was slow-rolling at first, but then it really got going," said Humboldt County Sheriff William Honsal.
Reportedly, hundreds of homes and businesses have been destroyed, including factories and warehouses.
The city of Mayfield has been left in shambles after a tornado Friday night. Mayfield reported having no running water, natural gas or wastewater management.
The Louisiana Department of Health said each of the nursing homes "clearly failed to execute their emergency preparedness plans to provide essential care and services."
"Larry is expected to remain a major hurricane through the middle of this week," said the National Hurricane Center on Sunday.
More than 24,000 residents have evacuated in small communities along highways connecting Sacramento and South Lake Tahoe.
Most blackouts are occurring in southeastern Louisiana. In New Orleans, nearly the entire city is still without power, with over 850,000 outages.
Ida hit near Port Fourchon, Louisiana, just before noon local time on Sunday, with maximum sustained winds of 150 miles an hour.
Ida intensified rapidly on Friday from a tropical storm to a hurricane with winds reaching up to 80 mph as it hit western Cuba.
At least 2,207 people have died, 344 are missing, and 12,268 have been injured in the disaster's aftermath.
The arrival of Tropical Storm Grace came on the same day that the country raised the death toll from Saturday's earthquake to 1,419, along with over 6,000 people injured.
The storm is projected to bring heavy rainfall, mudslides and strong winds, after the nation was rocked by a powerful earthquake that has killed over 1,200.
More than 720 people have died and 2,800 are missing after a 7.2 magnitude earthquake rocked the country on Saturday.
"We're concerned that this earthquake is just one more crisis on top of what the country is already facing."
The central Chinese city of Zhengzhou, where a dozen people have been confirmed dead, is bracing for more heavy rain.
Authorities in northern China said more than 16,000 residents were affected by the incidents on Sunday, but no casualties were reported as floodwaters receded on Monday.
Residents were on high alert Monday after rain and flooding forced mandatory evacuations and road closures across the area.
Puerto Rico was hit by a 6.4 magnitude earthquake Tuesday which left one man dead and hundreds of thousands without running water.
Krystal Eve Browitt, a 21-year-old Australian from the city of Melbourne, is the first of 15 people who died in the White Island eruption to be named by the New Zealand police.
The National Weather Service issued a red flag warning urging people in the San Francisco Bay Area to prepare for dangerously strong offshore winds that will cause fires to spread rapidly.
In Sonoma, the Kincade fire has devastated more than 23,000 acres and was only 5 percent contained as of Friday. For comparison, Disney World covers roughly 25,000 acres.
Speaking to The Weather Channel Thursday morning, Rod Carroll, Chief of the Vidor Police Department in Texas, told reporters flooding in the town was "worse during this storm than it was during Hurricane Harvey."