North Carolina Climate Blog

North Carolina Climate Blog

News and stories about North Carolina's weather and climate

Climate Summary: March 2013

Statewide Average Precipitation: 2.85 inches (22nd driest since 1895) Statewide Average Temperature: 43.6°F (6th coldest since 1895) ... (Read more)

Winter 2012-13 Recap

Back in December, we released our winter outlook that included our own winter forecast and the predictions of the woolly worm, farmers' almanacs, and two... (Read more)

Climate Summary: February 2013

Statewide Average Precipitation: 4.03 inches (50th wettest since 1895)Statewide Average Temperature: 41.3°F (52nd coldest since 1895) The statewide... (Read more)

CCMMS Students Return to Research at the SCO

For a few hours every week since October, the State Climate Office has welcomed two additional researchers: Miles Hunt and Maggie Loughlin, both eighth-grade... (Read more)

Citizen Science Program needs your help observing the weather!

Do you ever wonder how much rain a thunderstorm brought to your backyard, or how deep the snow was after a winter storm? If so, then you could be... (Read more)

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