The journal Nature posted a story this week provides maps which compare the present Köppen-Geiger climate classification to what is expected in the time period from 2071-2100. The Köppen-Geiger classification is based on a combination of number of months above certain temperature thresholds and how much precipitation a location gets. Changes in the Southeast are relatively small, with most areas staying in the Cfb classification, although the southern half of Florida changes to a tropical classification. The biggest changes are, as expected, in the Arctic, with big differences between the current climate and what is expected by the end of the century. You can read the article here.