Looking for the latest snowpack numbers for the Pacific Northwest? Look no further.
NIDIS DEWS launches a new climate resource in response to the snow drought affecting much of the US West.
Many Pacific Northwest coastal communities have experienced increased flooding and erosion. Learn more.
Wildfires have increased in size and frequency in the Pacific Northwest. The trend is expected to continue.
Rising temperatures in the Pacific Northwest are making it far more likely that precipitation will fall more as rain and less as snow.
A look at annual and seasonal precipitation projections for the Pacific Northwest to the year 2100.
By the year 2100, the Pacific Northwest could be 1 to 8 degrees Celsius (2–15 degrees Fahrenheit) warmer than recent decades.
A look at what we’ve learned during our first seven years researching climate impacts on the Pacific Northwest.
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