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The 30-year average temperature, known as the meteorological normal, is rising in most locations in the U.S.
See the trends in minimum and maximum summer temperatures on this map.
A family of key pollinators— hummingbirds — are at risk from climate change.
What does climate change have to do with tornado formation?
Higher temperatures lead to the melting of snow and ice.
The strongest hurricanes are getting more intense, more frequent, and lasting longer.
The U.S. is the most tornado-prone country on the planet.
Why the increase in heavy downpours? Warmer air means more evaporation off the oceans, and more water vapor in the atmosphere.
Heat waves cause more than just sweat — they can be deadly.
When you think about extreme weather events, you may not think of drought.
The number of days with heavy precipitation is increasing in most locations in the U.S.
Western spring snowpack has been below normal six of the past seven years, meaning less water during the traditionally dry summer months.…
Before the end of this century, the cherry blossoms in Washington, D.C. may bloom a month earlier on average than they do today.
The famous cherry blossoms in Washington, D.C. are blooming earlier in our changing climate.
Climate change is affecting the key elements in beer production: hops, barley, and water.
The number of days each year with extreme rainfall is, on average, increasing in every region of the U.S.
These images show long-term sea level rise stakes for the Caribbean.
Since the first Daytona 500 in 1959, the average high temperature in Daytona Beach during late February has risen 3.9°F.