North Carolina Climate Blog

North Carolina Climate Blog

News and stories about North Carolina's weather and climate

Summer Sputters to a Start in a Cool, Cloudy June

June continued our late-spring cooler pattern with wet conditions in parts of the state. At the halfway point in 2020, we also check the year-to-date temperature... (Read more)

Early-Season Tropical Storms Contribute to a Cool, Wet May

The early onset of hurricane season included two storms visiting North Carolina in May. They helped make it a wet month, as well as a cool one across the... (Read more)

Showers Soak the State During a Stormy April

Plenty of April showers made for a wet month in North Carolina, and our weather pattern was also a cooler one with some gusty winds for good measure. Wet... (Read more)

April 13th Tornado Outbreak Ranks Among NC's Most Abundant

Last Monday, April 13, got off to a stormy start as a line of severe thunderstorms roared across North Carolina. In the process, they spawned 16 confirmed... (Read more)

March Remains Warm, But with Drier Weather

We exited a warm winter and got a head-start on spring with above-normal temperatures in March. Dry weather returned to North Carolina last month, but... (Read more)

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