Future warming in the Northwest may be less severe during large precipitation events.
A new look at how atmospheric rivers and extreme precipitation will increase in a changing climate.
A new study points to shortcomings in precipitation modeling that may hinder adaptation efforts.
Following an historic drought, some areas of the Northwest are seeing their wettest winters on record.
Climate models have long projected a wide range of how wet the Pacific Northwest’s winters will be under climate change. Now a new study shows what might account for this range.
Climate change is expected to influence where and how much snow will blanket our future winters. According to a new study, that change is already happening.