North Carolina Climate Blog

North Carolina Climate Blog

News and stories about North Carolina's weather and climate

The Eclipse is Coming, but Will the Clouds Cooperate?

Next Monday, a total solar eclipse will be visible from parts of North Carolina for the first time in more than 47 years. A little after 2:30 pm on August... (Read more)

The State Bakes During a Warm, Dry July

July featured the hottest weather of the year and a widespread lack of rainfall that helped Abnormally Dry conditions emerge for the first time in several... (Read more)

Five Burning Questions about the Second Half of 2017

We're halfway through 2017, which means winter and spring are history and we're at roughly the midway point of the summer. As we look ahead to the rest... (Read more)

Extreme Heat Stays Away to Start the Summer

After a hot, wet spring, June was a bit cooler and slightly drier across much of the state. Click any underlined heading in the graphic to read more about... (Read more)

May Showers Seal a Wet Spring, but What Will Summer Bring?

Last month's rains washed away any lingering drought in North Carolina and topped off the rain gauges in a particularly wet spring. Click any underlined... (Read more)

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