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Texas to Get Even Hotter, Study Says

According to a study by the state's climatologist, Texas will get even hotter in the next few decades, and average maximum temperatures could reach 103 degrees by the year 2060.

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According to a new study by John Nielsen-Gammon, the state's climatolgist and a professor of atmospheric sciences at Texas A&M University, Texas will get even hotter in the next few decades, and summers will average triple-digit temperatures. According to Nielsen-Gammon's projections, as reported by the Texas Drought Project, average maximum temperatures could reach 103 degrees by the year 2060.  

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