Cali’s climate is a-changin’

New state report documents multiple effects of climate change on Golden State

A new state report confirms that climate change is having a significant effect throughout the Golden State.

Decreasing spring-snowmelt runoff, rising coastal sea-levels and increasing wildfires are a few of the impacts of global warming on the state, according to a California Environmental Protection Agency press release.

“High, low and average temperatures are all rising,” said the press release, “and extreme heat events also have increased in duration and frequency. … [N]ighttime (minimum) temperatures have increased almost twice as fast as maximum (daytime) temperatures.”

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