Come 2100, summers in Houston will feel like Mission, Texas. That's according to a research by Climate Central, a journalism and research non-profit based out of New Jersey.
Photo by Josh Sommers Houston in 2100?
Climate Central's analysis looked at projected changes in average summer high temperatures at the end of the century for 1,001 U.S. cities, comparing theses temperatures -- the average hottest temperature during a summer day -- to current average summer highs in other cities.
On average, the analysis found most cities' average summer high to increase 7-10 degrees Fahrenheit, with some increasing as much as 12 degrees.More »