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View Poll Results: Rate the climate change possibilities for north Texas under a 4 C warming the next 200 years
This poll will close on 06-07-2021 at 07:20 PM
I think that north Texas will be even more solidly Clte with a major increase in year round rainfall higher humidity levels than present 2 16.67%
I predict north Texas May become a Mediterranean influenced subtropical climate under a 4 C warming 1 8.33%
I predict north Texas would degenerate into a hot semi arid climate with subtropical traits under a 4 C warming 5 41.67%
I predict that north Texas would have hotter summers and colder winters than present under a 4 C warming 2 16.67%
I predict that North Texas would remain a Cfa climate with similar temperatures and precipitation patterns as present day north Texas 1 8.33%
I predict north Texas could degenerate into a subtropical arid climate not unlike Phoenix or Vegas under a 4 C warming 2 16.67%
Other opinion(please explain why you chose this option in this poll) 1 8.33%
Multiple Choice Poll. Voters: 12.


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