Another Study Predicts Extreme Eastern U.S. Climate – Climate Change

AccuWeather: A new study from the University of Tennessee indicates that the eastern United States will be hotter and much wetter by the middle of the century. Heat waves will become more severe in most regions of the Northeast and Southeast U.S. with a sharp increase in precipitation, which would obviously lead to more widespread, severe flooding events. Harnessing supercomputing power of UT's Kraken and Oak Ridge National Laboratory's (ORNL) Jaguar (now Titan, the fastest in the world), the researchers......

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