North Carolina Climate Blog

North Carolina Climate Blog

News and stories about North Carolina's weather and climate

Extreme Events from the Past Year, as Told by CoCoRaHS Reports

North Carolina had some impactful weather events over the past 12 months, from intense summer storms to powerful tropical systems along the coast to a... (Read more)

Rapid Reaction: An Unusual Event for NC Drought Monitoring

It's a tradition so well-established that you might not even know it happens. Every Thursday morning, the US Drought Monitor's weekly assessment of conditions... (Read more)

Spring Springs Early in a Warm, Dry February

Distinctly un-winter-like weather settled in last month, leading to near-record warm and dry conditions. Click any underlined heading in the graphic to... (Read more)

January's Frigid Start Gives Way to Milder Weather

Following an early-month shot of wintry weather, conditions warmed up while we also chipped away at the ongoing drought. Click any underlined heading in... (Read more)

Rapid Reaction: Wintry One-Two Punch Brings Frozen Precip. and Frigid Air

The first winter storm of the season for most of North Carolina brought widely varied impacts across the state, with more than 10 inches of snow in the... (Read more)

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