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Future climate projections. Jackson County : February 2023

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  • Climate change is expected to increase the occurrence of many climate-related natural hazards. Confidence that the risk of heat waves will increase is very high given strong evidence in the peer-reviewed literature, consistency among the projections of different global climate models, and robust scientific principles that explain why temperatures increase in response to ongoing emissions of greenhouse gases. Confidence that the risk of many other natural hazards will increase as climate changes is high or medium, reflecting moderate to strong evidence and consistency among models. The latter risks are influenced by multiple factors in addition to increasing temperatures. Confidence that the risk of windstorms will change is low given that projections suggest relatively few to no changes and evidence is limited.
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