North Carolina Climate Blog

North Carolina Climate Blog

News and stories about North Carolina's weather and climate

Celebrating our Climate Office Leader after a Decade of Enlightenment

Today is a bittersweet day at the State Climate Office (SCO) as we say farewell to Dr. Ryan Boyles, our director and state climatologist for the past ten... (Read more)

Looking Forward to the 2016 Carolinas Climate Resilience Conference

The second juncture of the Carolinas Climate Resilience Conference (CCRC) will be held September 12-14, 2016, at Charlotte University Place in Charlotte,... (Read more)

Rapid Reaction: Saturday's Storms Bring Locally Heavy Rainfall

When residents and even forecasters in central North Carolina woke up on Saturday morning, they had little idea that a rare rainfall event awaited later... (Read more)

Hurricane Bertha Kick-Started a Stormy Stretch in NC

The summer of 1996 was a wake-up call of sorts for North Carolina's coastline. Prior to that, it had been ten years since the last hurricane landfall... (Read more)

June Dry in the West, Wet in the East

Seasonal temperatures, but not extreme heat, arrived in June, while we saw big contrasts in precipitation across the state. Click any underlined heading... (Read more)

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