North Carolina Climate Blog

North Carolina Climate Blog

News and stories about North Carolina's weather and climate

Summer Projects: Piecing Together a Weather Data Puzzle

This post is part of a series highlighting the summer projects from our office's student research assistants. The author, Kelley DePolt, is a rising sophomore... (Read more)

Pre-Conference Workshops for the 2016 Carolinas Climate Resilience Conference

In our post from last week, we talked about the upcoming Carolinas Climate Resilience Conference.  This week we decided to go into a little more detail... (Read more)

Persistent Heat Makes For a Sizzling July

Above-normal temperatures were a mainstay during the past month, leading to one of North Carolina's warmest Julys on record. Click any underlined heading... (Read more)

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)

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