Minnesota is one of the fastest-warming places in the United States.
We're seeing some effects already. It's warmer and wetter. Allergy season is longer. Winter is shorter with less ice and snow. Trees and hardy northern species are dying. Ticks are moving farther north. The air quality is worse.
The climate changes affecting Minnesota could have even more profound effects on our livelihoods, traditions, recreation and more.
Wednesday on MPR News, chief meteorologist Paul Huttner welcomed expert guests to talk about those changes and address listener concerns about what they've seen and experienced.
Hear the show by using the audio player above.