A quick look at the map as compared to this list discloses that congressmen whose districts were struck by the costliest (Katrina) and third costliest (Ike) hurricanes in US history, along with the deadliest (and deadliest natural disaster, Galveston in 1900) and the hurricane with the highest sustained winds (Camille) managed to vote against relief for Superstorm Sandy.
Those votes were from Palazzo (R. Miss.) and Weber (R. Texas). Joining them in coastal votes against coastal interests were Desantis (in his second vote, apparently, R. Fla.) and Yoho (R. Fla.). Coastal Republicans elsewhere in Texas (3 more by my count), Florida (a lot of them), Louisiana (three), Alabama (1), Georgia (1), and South Carolina (2) were able to think, there but for the Grace of God goes my constituents and voted for relief.
Obviously, Pallazo and Weber were born after Camille and the 1900 Galveston storm hit their respective districts and may not be conversant with the various ways we have of learning about things that happened before we were alive, but surely they remember Ike and Katrina?