Small breweries are economic drivers in statewide economies, and climate change affects the beer they brew. Here’s where it counts the most.
The Northern Plains, Great Lakes, and the Northeast are warming the fastest, while warming is taking place at a slower rate in the western U.S.
The frequency of high streamflows has risen over the past 30 years in the Northeast, Ohio Valley, and the Mississippi Valley.
The average date of the last spring freeze is shifting earlier in the year, extending the pollen and growing season.
In parts of the U.S., heavy snow records are being set, even in a warming world.
Parts of the U.S. may see 90 percent fewer days mid-century with average temps below 32°F.
Watch 2016’s Arctic sea ice melt away in seconds.
A new Climate Central analysis found an increase in the percentage of winter precipitation falling as rain in many western states.