North Carolina Climate Blog

North Carolina Climate Blog

News and stories about North Carolina's weather and climate

Polar Patterns Could Open the Gates for Cold, Wintry Weather

As our Winter Outlook series continues, we turn our attention to the polar jet stream, which will largely determine how much of this winter's precipitation... (Read more)

Strong El Niño Drives Pacific Patterns, Jet Stream Impacts

The second post in our 2015-16 Winter Outlook series turns to the Pacific Ocean for an update on El Niño and its possible impacts to North Carolina this... (Read more)

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)

NC Extremes: 2007's Drought Emerged Quickly, Affected Millions in NC

This post is part of our year-long series about North Carolina's weather extremes. In some of the extreme weather events we've covered this year, there... (Read more)

October's Soggy Start Gives Way to a Fall-Like Finish

After record-setting rainfall early in the month, seasonable high temperatures took over for the rest of October. Click any underlined heading in the graphic... (Read more)

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