Climate change means more mosquito days, increasing Zika risk.
More than 40,000 people living in Idaho are especially vulnerable to extreme heat.
Currently, Idaho averages fewer than 5 dangerous heat days a year. By 2050, Idaho is projected to see the number of dangerous heat days double to nearly 10 a year.
A Climate Central analysis shows that the number of large fires on Forest Service land is increasing dramatically.
More than 550,000 people living in Idaho, or 36 percent of the state's population, are living in areas at elevated risk of wildfire.
California isn't the only place suffering drought; the Pacific Northwest is suffering from a lack of snow... More
Spring and summer — two key seasons for wildfires — have warmed 2.1°F across the West, on average... More
The types of storms that brought heavy snow and rain to the West this winter, triggering landslides and floods while easing stubborn droughts, are likely to become stronger and more frequent... More
Smoke from large wildfires is obscuring some of the stunning vistas that inspired the preservation of these places and the creation of the National Park Service in the first place... More