North Carolina Climate Blog

North Carolina Climate Blog

News and stories about North Carolina's weather and climate

Summer Surges Ahead in a Hot, Dry JulyNEW

After a cool June, hot weather arrived in July, while generally limited precipitation saw Abnormally Dry conditions return in North Carolina -- but for... (Read more)

Climate Thresholds Tool Offers Historical Stats About Extreme Events

They're the sort of climatological curiosities that may have crossed your mind this year without even realizing it. In the Sandhills: Wow, 90 degrees... (Read more)

Summer Sputters to a Start in a Cool, Cloudy June

June continued our late-spring cooler pattern with wet conditions in parts of the state. At the halfway point in 2020, we also check the year-to-date temperature... (Read more)

Early-Season Tropical Storms Contribute to a Cool, Wet May

The early onset of hurricane season included two storms visiting North Carolina in May. They helped make it a wet month, as well as a cool one across the... (Read more)

Showers Soak the State During a Stormy April

Plenty of April showers made for a wet month in North Carolina, and our weather pattern was also a cooler one with some gusty winds for good measure. Wet... (Read more)

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