More Heat Waves, Drought, Sea Level Rise In Store For Southeast U.S.: Report

Weather Channel: Southerners will see more drought, longer and more severe heat waves, and poorer air quality over the next 20 years and beyond, according to a new report on the impact of climate change in the Southeastern U.S. Titled Climate of the Southeast United States: Variability, Change, Impacts and Vulnerability, the report is part of the U.S. National Climate Assessment and comes billed as the "most comprehensive look to date" at climate-related impacts across an 11-state region that stretches from the......

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