Plan for your future with this new climate tool

If you live in the USA, you now have easy access to all of NOAA’s climate projections with their new easy to use tool: Climate Explorer.


A new climate tool designed to help anyone understand how environmental conditions may change over the coming decades is now available from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) in the US.

NOAA’s Climate Explorer is an online tool that provides easy access to their climate projections, across the USA.

Whether you are a concerned resident, a community organisation or a business, NOAA Climate Explorer tool allows you to easily map future projections of temperature, rainfall, and much more in the form of downloadable maps, graphs and data tables.

“The Climate Explorer is designed to help users visualise how climate conditions may change over the coming decades,” says David Herring, communication and education program manager at NOAA’s Climate Program Office.

If you live in the USA, you now have easy access to all of NOAA’s climate projections with their new easy to use tool: Climate Explorer.

“Projections of how much and how fast change is happening is crucial to help communities prepare and become more resilient,” says Herring.

The data comes from two climate models, based on low and high emission scenarios up to the end of the century. The Climate Explorer is built to accompany the U.S. Climate Resilience Toolkit.

If you live in the USA, you now have easy access to all of NOAA’s climate projections with their new easy to use tool: Climate Explorer.

Read more: Climate change in your county: Plan with this new tool.

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