The Weather in These US Cities Will be Unrecognizable in 30 Years

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12. Aurora, Colorado
> 50 yr. change in avg. summer high: +5.4 F
> 50 yr. change in avg. winter low: +4.7 F
> Avg. temp range in 2000: 19.2 F – 86.1 F
> Avg. temp range in 2050: 23.9 F – 91.6 F
> Current population: 367,250

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11. Indianapolis, Indiana
> 50 yr. change in avg. summer high: +5.4 F
> 50 yr. change in avg. winter low: +4.8 F
> Avg. temp range in 2000: 22.6 F – 85.2 F
> Avg. temp range in 2050: 27.4 F – 90.6 F
> Current population: 857,386

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10. Lincoln, Nebraska
> 50 yr. change in avg. summer high: +5.5 F
> 50 yr. change in avg. winter low: +4.8 F
> Avg. temp range in 2000: 17.5 F – 87.8 F
> Avg. temp range in 2050: 22.2 F – 93.2 F
> Current population: 284,734

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9. Cincinnati, Ohio
> 50 yr. change in avg. summer high: +5.5 F
> 50 yr. change in avg. winter low: +4.1 F
> Avg. temp range in 2000: 26.6 F – 86.9 F
> Avg. temp range in 2050: 30.7 F – 92.3 F
> Current population: 301,305

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8. Columbus, Ohio
> 50 yr. change in avg. summer high: +5.5 F
> 50 yr. change in avg. winter low: +4.4 F
> Avg. temp range in 2000: 24.3 F – 84.8 F
> Avg. temp range in 2050: 28.8 F – 90.3 F
> Current population: 881,901