Climate change predictions that are 2,500 times more precise than previous studies show rising temperatures for the region.
Southern California – from Orange County and the Inland Empire to north of Los Angeles – will heat up over the next 50 years, with more 95-plus degree days in store, according to a new UCLA report compiled with forecasting models generated by a supercomputer.
The study, which contains data 2,500 times more detailed than previous studies, predicts weather patterns from 2041 to 2060. All kinds of maps and city breakdowns show tempurate changes. (See pdf attached reports)