The Midwest is home to over 61 million people. Over the last several decades the temperature has increased by more than 1.5F. Projections of future precipitation show that heavy downpours are likely happen mostly in winter and spring months while summers will become drier especially in the southern part of the region.
These are some of the difficulties the mid-west face
- sewage systems are destroy fresh water
- Heat waves cause death and decrease crops from growing
- livestock life