Climate change could hit Rogue Valley hard

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Scott Learn | The Oregonian

If global warming continues unabated, summer temperatures in the Rogue River Valley could rise up to 15 degrees by 2080, making the weather in the southern Oregon valley similar to Sacramento’s, Oregon researchers said in a report released today.

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