MADISON (WKOW) -- Climate scientists in Wisconsin say drought, heat waves, heavy rainfall and other extreme weather events are likely to become more common in the future, and they say it has to do with climate change.
Chris Kucharik is a professor with UW-Madison's Center for Sustainability and the Global Environment (SAGE) and the Department of Agronomy. Kucharik says Wisconsin's climate is definitely changing, along with the world's climate.
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Kucharik joined us on 27 News at 5 on Wednesday to talk about Wisconsin's changing climate.
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