Climate change is closing daily temperature gap, clouds could be the cause

New research has found that the difference between the daily high temperature and the daily low temperature — known as the diurnal temperature range — will continue to shrink in parts of the world as climate changes because of a projected increase in daytime cloud cover. The diurnal temperature range has a significant effect on growing seasons, crop yields, residential energy consumption and human health issues related to heat stress.New research has found that the difference between the daily high temperature and the daily low temperature — known as the diurnal temperature range — will continue to shrink in parts of the world as climate changes because of a projected increase in daytime cloud cover. The diurnal temperature range has a significant effect on growing seasons, crop yields, residential energy consumption and human health issues related to heat stress.

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