• 2.7 Degrees


    A new analysis found that more than a third of people in the U.S. live in a county with summers 2.7 degrees Fahrenheit hotter, or more than they were on average in 1895.

  • 20 Major


    As of Thursday morning, more than 20 river gauges across the Upper Midwest had hit major flood stage, and more rain is expected in flood-soaked areas.

  • 26,500 Flood


    Across the flooded states of Nebraska, South Dakota, Iowa, and Minnesota, the government has only issued about 26,500 flood insurance policies combined.

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Hurricanes And Tropical Storms


Extreme Heat