Climate change means more mosquito days, increasing Zika risk.
More than 65,000 people living in Connecticut are especially vulnerable to exteme heat.
Currently, Connecticut rarely experiences days with dangerous heat levels. By 2050, it is projected to see more than 10 danger days a year.
Summers are getting muggier as the dewpoint temperature rises
Norwich is the 13th fastest-warming city in the U.S.
Boston just had its driest summer on record with precipitation more than 6.5 inches below average. It also had its hottest August on record, which has helped bake in the dryness... More
Tinder-dry conditions that have resulted from months with little to no rain and toasty fall temperatures have allowed the fires to reach unusual heights. More
The risk posed by future storms like Sandy is only going to increase due to climate change. The potential for stronger storms and rising seas mean Sandy-level flooding could could occur once every 23 years as opposed to once every 400... More