Future Climate Temp USA Map | St Louis Renewable Energy

FORECASTED STLOUIS SUMMER TEMPS YEAR 2100

Do You plan on Living in StLouis Region in 2100?  If you do, prepare to be 9.84 degrees warmer in the Summer months.

The average temperature is projected to rise from the current average summer temp of 86.85 degrees to 96.69 degrees.

Climate Change will cause the Average Temp of close to 100 degrees every Summer Day for StLouis in 2100

This means that it will be like living in Pharr, Texas 1,100 plus miles away close to the USA Mexico Border  that has an average temp of 96.69 degrees.

Whats this mean for Missourians?  Have you ever visited Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona?  Remember the scenery of the High Plains Desert?

Will this be the new look of Missouri in 2100 after climate change causes Ave Summer temperature to rise 9.84 degrees? see the image and climate change map at the Green Blog

Will Missouri Farmland look like the High Plains Desert Regions when Climate Change causes increased temperatures?
Will this be the new look of Missouri in 2100 after climate change causes Ave Summer temperature to rise 9.84 degrees?

 

Whats this mean for the Missouri Farmers and Ranchers?  Per lessons I learned from the ” Rotational Grazing ” Practices in locations like Arizona that average 15 acres to raise a beef animal, (compared to the Missouri average of 5 acres needed to raise a beef animal).  The cost of beef will increase even more  since Missouri Ranchers and Farmers will not be able to raise as many cattle per acre.

Still think climate change doesn’t or won’t affect the State of Missouri?  What will you eat in the Future when nothing will grow on our Farmlands?

#MissouriAgriculture   #Missouri   #StLouis

via Future Climate Temp USA Map | St Louis Renewable Energy.

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