The real estate market in Michigan may get a little more expensive in the next 83 years now that Popular Science Magazine named it the most habitable place in the United States by 2100.
The science and technology magazine mapped out how extreme weather could hit the country and force residents inward and upward until they reach Michigan.
The short video illustrates natural weather disasters will force sea levels to rise by 6.6 feet, the number of Category 4 & 5 hurricanes to double and almost the entire country will be at greater risk of drought.
The video illustrates that Michigan would be lucky enough to escape the drastic weather changes.
Check out the video below.
Photo by: Popular Science