North Carolina Climate

After Irma, Dry Weather Dominates in September

Our latest climate summary takes a focused look at the recent dry conditions across much of the state. Despite increasing activity in the tropics last... (Read more)

CoCoRaHS Condition Monitoring Reports Add a Narrative to the Numbers

After the emergence of warm, dry weather last month, you might have been more likely to have pollen or dust coating the bottom of your rain gauge than... (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)

Rapid Reaction: Drought Intensifies in Western NC

While eastern North Carolina continues to recover from record flooding after Hurricane Matthew, western North Carolina remains in a persistent drought.... (Read more)

Upcoming Webinar About New Phase of CoCoRaHS Condition Monitoring Project

This past weekend saw the passage of Hurricane Matthew, and with it, heavy rains and strong winds in central and eastern NC. If you were in these affected... (Read more)

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