New Hampshire Climate Assessment Released

Matt Leahy | July 25, 2022
Snow view of white mountain range

Researchers at the University of New Hampshire released the New Hampshire Climate Assessment. This report, an update of the 2014 NH Climate Assessment, concludes that by the year 2100 most of New Hampshire could expect 50 to 60 days a year to be above 90°F if current emissions trends continue.  It also notes that winters in our state, are warming more rapidly than any other season. In fact, winter time temperatures are expected to be an additional 10°F higher by the end of this century.