Maps of Southeast showing 0-35 days in late 1900s, 0-175 days in late 2000s

Climate models project a significant increase in the number of days over 95°F per year across the Southeast. Data from the Northeast Regional Climate Center Applied Climate Information System; 2079-2099 image shows the weighted mean of downscaled CMIP5 models in the LOCA dataset. Historic data from Livneh et al. (2015)Click the image for a larger view and credit information.

Visualization by Jory Fleming, Carolinas Integrated Science and Assessments (CISA), and Ned Gardiner, NOAA Climate Program Office. Public domain.

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