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Climate change is having an uneven effect across the world, causing extreme weather in some regions but not in others, and harming more poor people than rich people. The impact is even uneven in the United States. Some states are warming faster than others.
Take a look at this interactive graphic from Climate Central. It shows that Delaware and Wisconsin have warmed fastest since 1970, at a rate of 0.67 degrees Fahrenheit per decade (or about 3 degrees in total). Washington and Georgia have warmed slowest, about half as quickly.