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Hump Day-jà Vu: The Three Wednesday Snows of March 1960

March of 1960 must have felt a bit like Groundhog Day in North Carolina. For the first three Wednesdays of the month, parts of the state saw snow or ice... (Read more)

Memoirs about Meteorologists using CoCoRaHS Data

This is the first of two blog posts highlighting how CoCoRaHS data is used and the value of the reports. First, we explore some of the meteorological applications... (Read more)

Vote for North Carolina’s Top Weather Event of the Past Year [VOTING CLOSED]

It's tournament time and this year, we're getting in on the action! No, we're not fielding a basketball team or going dancing -- apparently last summer's... (Read more)

An Active February Features Wet Weather, Storms

From the coldest temperatures of the winter to widespread severe weather, February had a bit of everything. Click any underlined heading in the graphic... (Read more)

Rapid Reaction: Severe Storms Spawn Tornadoes in NC

Earlier this week, a cold front moving across North Carolina produced strong thunderstorms that spawned six tornadoes, then left high, gusty winds in its... (Read more)

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