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How does your city feel in 2080? If you are traveling frequently in this United States, you may already know. Studying on Tuesday in the science journal Type of Communication breaks down on future warming by drawing parallel for 540 North American urban areas.
In 60 years, New York could be similar to today's Arkansas. Chicago is a crash course for Kansas City. San Francisco flowers are in touch with Southern California heat temperatures. Raleigh, North Carolina, will be like Tallahassee, Florida. You will find the picture. The study uses the highest heat case, the result that we will not emit emissions and the planet spends about 8.8 degrees F, to map it.
Mar New Yorker, I'm thinking of winter 5 degrees warmer and about 20 percent more dry than that is so bad. Fewer hours spent on a freezing subway platform? I sign up. It is estimated that Cabo LA would like 2080; That means that the City of Anglo-dwellers should talk for permanent holidays? Not much danger! If the current trajectory is waiting for emissions, the only vacation we take will be a direct flight to purgatory.
Last year, Grist adopted the latest climate science data and used it to optimize climate change to break down different regions by the end of the century . It's not nice. If heat temperatures were vacuum, sure, why not go to a long trip to Arkansas or Cabo, but plaster hosting is consistent with what Moses gave to Egyptians.
Coillte, the Northeast, looks at "the most tall-up United States temperature rise". This means that there is more ticket, less bathing pitches, maple syrup deficiency, ski seasons delayed, and "non-regular stress, anxiety and depression stresses" After extreme weather events. Fun!
Southeast can expect hot nights that go hotter in a shellfish. And I do not even get the lionfish, which will make it shorter closer to the Atlantic coast as hot waters. And what is California, when Los Angelinos can expect destination wedding temperatures? The state has a mega-troughs and fires in its store, among other horrors.
Now that you are sad (I'm sorry), this is the good news: If we reduce emissions and look for the road for a lower emission story when the planet spends 4.3 degrees F, the temperature forecast is less scary. Case in a point: in the lower case, Lake Shore, Maryland, in New York, seems to have the author of Louisiana Raleigh, and that LA feels like Monterey Park, California.