North Carolina Climate Blog

North Carolina Climate Blog

News and stories about North Carolina's weather and climate

January Cold Fronts Can Deliver a Rapid Chill

Wintertime cold frontal passages can usher in frigid Arctic air, and when warm air is in place ahead of the fronts, they can set the stage for other extremes:... (Read more)

Rapid Reaction: Quick-Hitting System Brings Light Snow to NC

What a wild weather weekend it was in North Carolina! After reaching highs near 60°F on Saturday, parts of the state woke up Sunday morning to light... (Read more)

2015 Climate Review: A Dry Summer But a Warm, Wet Year

Another year is in the books, and 2015 will go down as a warm and wet one for North Carolina, although we had some stretches of cool and dry conditions,... (Read more)

December Sees Record-Setting Warmth, Wet Weather

Unseasonably warm conditions and more rain were our weather storylines in December. Click any underlined heading in the graphic below to read more about... (Read more)

NC Extremes: The Stories Behind Our Extremes

This is the final post of 2015 in our year-long series about North Carolina's weather extremes. Every month this year, we have covered some of North... (Read more)

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