In: Environment/weather Maps Source: Washington Post

23 Oct 2013

Climate change will not impact everywhere at the same time. The below map estimates when the average temperature of the coolest year will exceed the historic average hottest year. What does this mean? Besides that we’re all screwed, you may wish to reconsider your tropical retirement plans. (related article)


And the original study also has some nice visualizations:image

1 Response to HOT HOT HOT



October 23rd, 2013 at 11:29 am

Not crazy about the divergent color scale. It gives the impression that Europe is getting cooler while the equator is getting hotter.

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