The combination of drought conditions and heat waves, which can make wildfires more likely, is becoming increasingly common in the American West, according to a new study. The results may be predictably disastrous.
- National Public Radio: Scientists say disasters are teaming up during time of climate change
- Carbon Brief: US sees ‘alarming’ increase in combined heatwaves and droughts
- Capital Public Radio: California’s coastal range fires are getting significantly worse every decade, experts say
- The Hill: Trump NOAA pick questions ties between climate change and extreme weather