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'We Are All in Trouble.' New Jersey Tops List of States Warming Up the Fastest

BRUCE A. SCRUTON / NEW JERSEY HERALD – New Jersey’s average temperature has warmed faster than that of any other state in the last 100 years, weather experts say.

The Garden State’s temperature increased by an average of 2.55 degrees during the last century, landing it at the top of the list of states getting hotter.

The ranking by weather experts is based on data collected by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, which includes the National Weather Service …