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

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7. Lexington-Fayette, Kentucky
> 50 yr. change in avg. summer high: +5.6 F
> 50 yr. change in avg. winter low: +3.9 F
> Avg. temp range in 2000: 26.8 F – 85.9 F
> Avg. temp range in 2050: 30.7 F – 91.5 F
> Current population: 321,959

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6. Omaha, Nebraska
> 50 yr. change in avg. summer high: +5.6 F
> 50 yr. change in avg. winter low: +5.2 F
> Avg. temp range in 2000: 16.4 F – 85.8 F
> Avg. temp range in 2050: 21.6 F – 91.4 F
> Current population: 466,903

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5. St. Louis, Missouri
> 50 yr. change in avg. summer high: +5.6 F
> 50 yr. change in avg. winter low: +4.5 F
> Avg. temp range in 2000: 25.2 F – 88.5 F
> Avg. temp range in 2050: 29.7 F – 94.2 F
> Current population: 308,626

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4. Chicago, Illinois
> 50 yr. change in avg. summer high: +5.6 F
> 50 yr. change in avg. winter low: +5.8 F
> Avg. temp range in 2000: 21.2 F – 83.5 F
> Avg. temp range in 2050: 27.0 F – 89.2 F
> Current population: 2,716,462

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3. St. Paul, Minnesota
> 50 yr. change in avg. summer high: +5.7 F
> 50 yr. change in avg. winter low: +6.8 F
> Avg. temp range in 2000: 9.9 F – 82.7 F
> Avg. temp range in 2050: 16.7 F – 88.3 F
> Current population: 306,604