Temperatures are rising. Precipitation is changing. Our strongest storms have become more intense and more frequent. And with rising sea levels, we’ll see more flooding.
Temperatures are rising, making our winters shorter, our growing season longer, and dangerous heat waves more likely. Learn More >
Our strongest storms have become more intense and more frequent, and summer droughts may become more common. Less snow is falling on New England, which means the portion of our water stored in winter snowpack is decreasing. Learn More >
Sea levels are rising as the oceans warm, ice melts and water expands. Sea levels have already risen about a foot and could rise several more feet by the end of the century. Learn More >