9 Takeaways From the National Climate Report https://t.co/OBu3pYTBoF— LiberalTexasDem (@LiberalTexasDem) August 9, 2017
1. It’s hot out there. It is getting warmer everywhere, but in the contiguous United States, the West is warming the fastest. While temperatures in the country (excluding Alaska and Hawaii) have increased an average of 1.2 degrees Fahrenheit since 1900, the Southwest and the Northwest, as well as the Northern Great Plains, have seen a temperature increase of 1.5 degrees or more. A degree and a half may not seem like much, but even slight changes in temperature can have widespread effects. How average annual temperatures have changed
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