Extremely Hot Summers Will Soon Be the Norm, Scientists Say

Climate Central: Anyone who's been paying the slightest attention knows that extreme weather and climate have wreaked havoc in Texas and many other states this year. The worst one-year drought in Texas history and its hottest summer on record -- which was the hottest summer ever recorded in any U.S. state -- have left Texas short on water, coping with billions of dollars in crop damage, and fighting off record wildfires. The total area burned in Texas so far this year would cover the entire state of Connecticut,......

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