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StormFest 2014 Hits Raleigh This Week

Rebecca Cumbie demonstrates the properties of air pressure to visitors at StormFest 2012.Since its inception in 2010, StormFest has gathered science and... (Read more)

March Madness is Back... for Rainfall?!

Have you ever wondered how much rain or snow fell in your backyard? If so, then you could be a great addition to a growing national network of amateur... (Read more)

2013-2014 CCMMS Internship: Studies Involving Christmas Trees and Apples

Fraser Fir trees, more commonly known as Christmas Trees North Carolina is the 7th leading producer of apples in the US Each year, the State Climate... (Read more)

Extended Wintry Event Sees a Mixed Bag of Precipitation

Winter's latest chapter in North Carolina was the longest and most eventful of the year, bringing the suspense of precipitation type transitions, the fears... (Read more)

Climate Summary: January 2014

Statewide Average Precipitation: *3.38 inches (52nd driest since 1895) Statewide Average Temperature: *33.93°F (7th coldest since 1895) *Values generated... (Read more)

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