Climate Change Meets Drought In California

Capital Public Radio News: Federal climate scientists say it was a record warm June for California and four other western states. The NOAA State of the Climate report was released July 16. NOAA forecasters said 2014 year was the warmest on record for the state. And climate change research says California will be dryer, with snow coming earlier in the winter and melting sooner in the Sierra Nevada, along with an increase in severe wildfires throughout the western U.S. Jay Famiglietti is a Senior Water Scientist with NASA's......

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