One of my WIP takes place in America, in an undisclosed period in the future. The world has been ravaged by war and global warming -- but my problem is, I'm struggling to find detailed descriptions of what the world might look like after global warming! I know it's all just speculation, which I'm fine with, but I would like it to be somewhat accurate. For example, I don't want to say it rains all the time in one region if the predictions say it'll be suffering from drought. Does anyone have any good resources and/or information about what will happen, specifically with sea levels having risen to over 30 meters? I've already found a map showing flooding because of rising sea levels. But other things I'd be interested to know: average temperatures, frequency and intensity of storms, effect on vegetation and animal life, and anything else I may have forgotten. In my story, my MCs are traveling from Colorado to Wyoming to Illinois (or Indiana) to Florida, then taking a boat to Orlando, which is the only part of the state that isn't under water after the sea level rose 30-35 meters. I thought about having parts of the Midwest plagued by near constant tornados, which my MC can see from a distance as they drive through Nebraska. But again, I don't know how realistic that is. Forgive my ignorance. I've been trying to research this for a while but have yet to find anything... solid, for lack of a better word. Thanks for reading! ETA: I realize 30 meters may be a little high. I can take it down to 10 and have them go to Miami instead if need be. I just need part of Florida to be cut off and uninhabited, because that's where a secret group of people in my story live.