Analysis of Linear Regression Plots 0 to 50th Percentile: Most of the southwestern part of the region shows a decrease in precipitation by around 10%, where some places see decreases as high as 20%. However, 50th percentile values are at or near zero in this region, making these decreases trivial. Where the decrease is more significant is east the USA over the gulf stream, where 50th percentile values are relatively high. The extreme southeast over the Atlantic Ocean, as well as northern and eastern parts of the landmass show weaker decreases, while many other of these locations show moderate increases of between 4 and 6 percent. One location in the north has an increase of about 7%. The median land and water change is -3.2% (for land only it is -2.2%) and r2 values are quite high nearly everywhere (median 0.99). 50th to 80th Percentile: The general southwest and southern parts of the region continue to show decreases in this percentile range, but the magnitudes of these changes is slightly damped. The north and east general region show little change to increases as high as about 4%. 80th percentile values over the southwest are still essentially near zero, making the decreases in precipitation here unsubstantial. The median land and water change is 2.1%, whereas it is near zero over the land exclusively, implying that ocean regions will see a greater reduction in precipitation in this range. R2 values remain very high almost everywhere (median 0.99), only dropping below 0.90 over the central Pacific coast. 80th to 97th Percentile: The southwest still shows decreases in precipitation per degree K by about 5 to 10 percent. At this point, values of precipitation within this bin begin to generally emerge above zero, making this change more significant. The southeast of the region shows little change to slight decreases. The northern half of the region generally expresses increases on the order of 2 to 4 percent. The median change for land and water is about 1.1% (larger for land only at 2.6%) and r2 values are still very high everywhere (median 0.99), with no locations dropping below 0.90. 97th to 99th Percentile: The southern third of the region generally shows little change to slight decreases as high as 2%. An exception is the extreme southwest over the eastern Pacific Ocean, which shows increases at 4 to 8 percent. The northern half of the region shows widespread increases of 2 to 7%, which are more significant to the northeast. Over the northeast coast of the US and adjacent Atlantic Ocean, as well as the Pacific northwest, these increases are more meaningful because percentile values in this range are the relatively high. The median change for this bin is 3.2% for land and water (3.6% for land) and r2 values are generally higher to the north more mediocre to the south with a median of 0.98. 99th to 100th Percentile: Changes range from about 0 to 20% with the highest increases (between 10 and 20%) over central and western Mexico and the eastern Pacific. Across the north and east, precipitation increases between 4 and 8 percent nearly everywhere. The median change is 5.5% over land and water (5.3% over land), and r2 values are high to the north and become noticeably weaker to the south, dropping to as low as 0.65 along the extreme southern border of the region. The median r2 value is 0.96. 99.7th to 100th Percentile: Precipitation increases nearly everywhere at rates from about 1% to 25%. The highest increases are on the west coast and southern portions of Mexico and adjacent eastern Pacific. Much of the northeastern part of the region sees increases ranging from 6 to 10%. Only one location near eastern Colorado does not see a change. The median changes are 6.1% over land only and 6.5% over land and water. R2 values do not follow any particular pattern, but are generally higher to the north and lower to the south, where values are consistently less than 0.50. The median land r2 value is 0.94 while that for land and water is 0.93.