U.S. could see a century’s worth of sea rise in just 30 years

As high tide laps against the sea wall tourist walk down the Battery in Charleston, S.C. According to a U.S. federal report released on Tuesday seas lapping against America’s coastlines are rising ever faster and will be 10 to 12 inches higher by the year 2050 with major U.S. Eastern cities regularly hit with costly sunny day flooding. /ASSOCIATED PRESS FILE PHOTO
America's coastline will see sea levels rise in the next 30 years by as much as they did in the entire 20th century, with major Eastern cities hit regularly with costly floods even on sunny days, a government report warns. By 2050, seas lapping against the U.S. shore will be 10 to 12 inches (0.25…

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