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Getting hot and wet in Vermont


September 11, 2014

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A fundamental challenge of climate change forecasting is how to bridge the gap between global-scale models and local impacts. A new study--the first of its kind for the Lake Champlain region--bridges this gap and forecasts that northern Vermont and southern Quebec by 2100 will get 8 degrees Fahrenheit hotter; Burlington, Vt., will experience 10 more days in July above 90; and ski resorts will see 50 percent less snowfall. Full Story

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