These news outlets used AP’s data set to zero in on temperatures in their areas.
Here are a few of the reports based on the AP analysis:
Global warming brings sweeping change to U.S., Michigan https://t.co/1M8kqVIGWu— The Detroit News (@detroitnews) June 18, 2018
MAP: See which areas heated up the most over the last 30 years https://t.co/FpZNwORLfz— The Morning Call (@mcall) June 18, 2018
New Jersey is feeling the heat of climate change, getting hotter faster than the rest of the United States, new data shows. Scientists project that 251,000 New Jersey homes are at risk of chronic flooding as the Garden State continues to heat up. https://t.co/gJyVcUtkBT pic.twitter.com/oxCP69wTAI— Philly.com (@phillydotcom) June 18, 2018
Temperature rising: Louisiana's health and environment threatened by global warming https://t.co/j4villuRap— Mark Schleifstein (@MSchleifstein) June 18, 2018