Want to know what your city will feel like in 2080? Look 500 miles south.
As the climate warms up, cities in the northern part of the country will start to resemble their southern brethren.
Want a glimpse of Washington, D.C.'s climate future? Take a road trip down to Greenwood, Mississippi. In just a few decades, as climate change heats up the planet, that same swelter is likely to be de rigueur in D.C. Meanwhile, down in Mississippi, seasons will morph into something like those in northern Mexico today.
Climate change is ushering in a new era for cities across North America. But how the future will look and feel doesn’t have to be a complete mystery: New research published Tuesday in Nature Communications shows that by the 2080s, the climate in cities across the country will look and feel like places a few hundred miles south of them today.
So winters in