The report also foresees more days with temperatures above 90 degrees.

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Climate change could pose a big problem for Pennsylvania in the next few decades.

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The Wolf administration released the results of a climate impact assessment on Wednesday. It shows Pennsylvania’s average temperature will be nearly 6 degrees higher by 2050.

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It also foresees more days with temperatures above 90 degrees.

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The report also predicts precipitation will increase, with more heavy rain events. That could cause more flooding throughout the state.