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Long Island summers may resemble a summer in Florida within the next century, according to Climate Central.
With climate change slowly increasing temperatures around the globe, the average temperature could climb 10 degrees by the year 2100, according to the report.
A summer in Levittown, which currently averages 80.92 degrees, will likely resemble that of Kendale Lakes, Florida where temperatures are 89.89 degrees.
Brentwood will feel like North Miami Beach in 86 years, said the report. Brentwood currently averages 80.28 degrees in the summer but could reach 89.11 degrees in 2100.
Climate Central said summer temperatures would increase but did not account for humidity levels.
On average, temperatures were projected to increase about 7-10 degrees nationwide.
While the Northeast may resemble Florida, the southwest could feel like the Middle East. Phoenix, Arizona is projected to resemble today's temperatures in Kuwait and could jump from its current 103.96 degrees to 114.08 degrees.
The analysis bases its findings on daytime temperatures from June to August.
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