UW-Madison scientists predict state temperatures for 2055
University of Wisconsin-Madison scientists say Wisconsin's average annual temperatures will jump by 4 to 9 degrees by 2055.
They released a study Monday that's being touted as the first detailed research on climate change that was done locally.
Researchers say the big difference will be seen in the winter, when the average state temperature rose by 2.5 degrees from 1950-2006.
In summer, the average reading went up just 0.5 degree in that time.