Explore top NH risks:

Climate change means more mosquito days, increasing Zika risk.

As the planet continues to warm from the increase in greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, the temperatures that we consider to be normal are also rising.

More than 20,000 people living in New Hampshire are especially vulnerable to extreme heat.

By 2050, the typical number of heat wave days in New Hampshire is projected to quadruple from 10 to more than 40 days a year.

Summers are getting muggier as the dewpoint temperature rises

Atlantic hurricane season is seeing more major storms

Today, New Hampshire has 5,000 people at risk of coastal flooding. By 2050, an additional 2,000 people are projected to be at risk due to sea level rise.

Sea level threats down to zip code

Type a coastal place name in New Hampshire and find local projections, maps and potential impacts on people, infrastructure, and much more with our interactive tool.

Historic carbon emissions have already locked in enough future sea level rise to submerge most of the homes in each of several hundred American towns and cities...

What's Happening in Your Region?

Massachusetts

New England is Wicked Dry Right Now With Little Relief In Sight

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

Massachusetts

Climate Change Is Coming For Your Maple Syrup

“In general over New York and New England, the season is now beginning about seven days earlier than it did 40-50 years ago and ending 10 days earlier."... More

North Carolina

Sinking Atlantic Coastline Meets Rapidly Rising Seas

New research using GPS and prehistoric data has shown that nearly the entire coast is affected, from Massachusetts to Florida and parts of Maine... More

Georgia

What a Warmer Future Means for Southeastern Wildfires

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

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