North Carolina Climate

Rapid Reaction: Persistent Rains Soak the Carolinas

Our recent spell of drenching rainfall is finally winding down, leaving flooding in parts of North Carolina and an historical watermark as one of the wettest... (Read more)

September Starts Warm and Gets a Soggy Send-Off

September began with a final taste of summer and ended with soaking rains and the first signs of fall. Click any underlined heading in the graphic below... (Read more)

Bald Head Island Welcomes Our Newest ECONet Station

(From L to R) NC State College of Sciences Dean Emeritus Dan Solomon, President of the Board at BHIC Shelia May, Executive Director of BHIC Dr. Suzanne... (Read more)

NC Extremes: Strong Hurricanes Are No Strangers to NC's Coast

This post is part of our year-long series about North Carolina's weather extremes. Hurricanes are among the most extreme weather events North Carolina... (Read more)

Summer Projects: Evaluating a New Drought Dataset for NC

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

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