Longer, hotter heat waves in store for California

Central Valley Business Times: California can expect more frequent and more dangerous heat waves in the coming decades, the result of global warming, according to a new climate-modeling study commissioned by the California Air Resources Board. Researchers using a new, more comprehensive weather-modeling method have found that the incidence of prolonged hot spells – those lasting 10 or more days -- could rise by a factor of two to ten by the 2090s, depending on the region, CARB says Friday. “Along with reducing our climate-warming......

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