This is how hot the United States could be in the future.
Summers are getting hotter across most of the country.
A new Climate Central analysis shows an upward trend in the number of heavy precipitation events in the vast majority of the Lower 48 states since 1950.
The average date of the last spring freeze is shifting earlier in the year, extending the pollen and growing season.
Climate change is causing leaves to emerge earlier in the year. See how far ahead they are this year.
These U.S. cities had their warmest winter on record.
The season and area in which trees are tapped to produce maple syrup is warming from climate change.
Parts of the U.S. may see 90 percent fewer days mid-century with average temps below 32°F.