“Move over Sandy, the Worst is Yet to Come” might be the headlines in New York City in 2050 if scientists’ projections are correct.
Studies that a quarter of the city will be under water by 2100 have been updated and show that the disaster resulting from climate change could come by 2050, the Associated Press reported Monday.
Summer weather in 2050 is projected to be similar to the sunny South of today, with the number of 90-degree days doubling or tripling. Aides to Major Michael Bloomberg are scheduled to study the new findings on Tuesday and come up with ideas how to deal with the crisis.
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