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Tropical north? Prince George to get hotter and dryer

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Are the days of heading south for warm weather coming to an end? The city of Prince George recently completed a study outlining how climate change would affect the region. Dan Adamson and Craig Delong helped lead the study, and they came to CBC's Prince George studio to try and predict the future.

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You can read the report in Prince George's council agenda for October 1, accessible in html and pdf format.

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