North Carolina Climate

Woolly Worms, Almanacs, and August Weather Predict the Winter

Our 2015-16 Winter Outlook series begins today and concludes on November 23rd. In these five posts, we will discuss predictions and patterns that may... (Read more)

Summer Projects: Verifying Winter Precipitation Type Forecasts

This post is part of a series highlighting the summer projects from our office's undergraduate research assistants. This post is by Samuel Roback, who... (Read more)

Pluto Climate Summary: An Ice Storm on the Way?

Rather than covering developments in North Carolina's climate, in this post, we're looking a bit farther away. Specifically, more than three billion miles... (Read more)

The SCOfficial 2014-15 Winter Outlook

This is the final part of our 2014-15 winter outlook series, featuring our office's official forecast for the coming winter. Before we get to our outlook,... (Read more)

Famous Folklore Suggests a Cool Winter Awaits

Today we begin our four-part winter outlook series with the forecasts from some well-known bits of folklore. From bugs to plants to sun spots, many... (Read more)

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