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Climate Central’s analysis shows how much hotter parks are projected to get later this century.

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.

Nearly 20,000 people living in North Dakota are especially vulnerable to extreme 

Fargo is the 10th fastest-warming city in the U.S.

By 2050, the typical number of heat wave days in North Dakota is projected to increase five-fold from 10 to almost 50 days a year

In North Dakota, more than 50,000 people are living in areas at elevated risk of inland flooding.

What's Happening in Your Region?

Climate Change Behind Surge in Western Wildfires

Western firefighting veterans lamenting a “new normal” amid surging forest fires have received an explanation for the destructiveness they’ve been unable to quell... More

More Stagnant Air on the Rise, Upping Ozone Risk

With stagnant air now occurring more frequently in much of the country, the combination of heat and stagnant air are primed to counteract efforts to reduce ground-level ozone pollution and continue to put thousands of lives at risk every year... More


Documenting Glaciers in the Dying Days of Ice

Glacier National Park is a 'poster child' for climate change... More


Large Wildfires Are Now More Common and Destructive

Spring and summer — two key seasons for wildfires — have warmed 2.1°F across the West, on average... More

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