Government climate study predicts Oklahoma will be hotter and drier

The newest government climate change study, the one downplayed by President Trump, contends Oklahoma will feel the impact of change with an increase in temperatures in the next few decades.

It also predicts the state will see more extreme weather events as well as declining water access. As a result, the state’s ag industry will suffer.

As for the temperature increase, it is likely to be from 3.6 degrees to 5.1 degrees.

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