Non-profit group Climate Central took data from more than 10 federal agencies to come up the "Surging Seas" database, which forecasts different projections for how sea levels could rise and affect different cities around America. Seattle was recently added to the list and the results are, well, what you're used to seeing. According to the database, up to 39K people and 21K homes are at risk due to rising waters from now through 2100. The local cities that could be most affected include Longview, Seattle, Everett, Tacoma, Stanwood, Marysville and La Conner.
· Surging Seas [Climate Central]
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