Phoenix Business Journal
Climate change isn’t just affecting Phoenix’s scorching summers.
This past November was the warmest on record in Phoenix with temperatures more than 7 degrees warmer than the historical average, according to National Weather Service.
It was almost 90 degrees the weekend after Thanksgiving and the Phoenix area had 29 straight days between November and early December of above average temperatures.
New research by Climate Central shows winters in Phoenix are now 2.9 percent warmer than they were…
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