North Carolina Climate

Rapid Reaction: Irma Brings Wet, Windy Weather to Western NC

Last week, Hurricane Irma crossed the central Atlantic at Category-5 strength with maximum sustained winds of 184 mph -- surpassed by only one known storm... (Read more)

How Low Did They Go? Explore Radiation & Temperature Data from the Eclipse

Along with providing a rare sight in the skies, last week's solar eclipse had a distinct impact on weather conditions in North Carolina. The eclipse... (Read more)

The Eclipse is Coming, but Will the Clouds Cooperate?

Next Monday, a total solar eclipse will be visible from parts of North Carolina for the first time in more than 47 years. A little after 2:30 pm on August... (Read more)

Remembering the Surprise Spring Snow in May 1992

By early May, even North Carolina's Mountains have usually escaped winter's grasp. Ski resorts have closed, pastures are greening up, and spring's final... (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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