Global Warming Study Predicts Hotter, Drier Summers In Colorado

05/27/2010 06:32 pm ET | Updated May 25, 2011
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WESTERN SAN JUANS -- A new $1 million study suggests snowier and rainier winters in the northern mountains and drier ones in the southern mountains by the mid-21st century. But everywhere across the Western Slope, summers will be hotter, longer and drier, putting more stress on reservoirs.

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