North Carolina Climate Blog

North Carolina Climate Blog

News and stories about North Carolina's weather and climate

Century Since the Storm: Forecasting the Fury

This is the second part of our weeklong blog post series Century Since the Storm. One of the greatest meteorological advances since 1913 is our improved... (Read more)

Century Since the Storm: Story of the Storm

When you think about memorable hurricanes in North Carolina, names like Fran, Floyd, Isabel, and Irene might come to mind. Perhaps you even remember older... (Read more)

Severe Weather Hazards: Spring and Summer of 2013

Severe weather in North Carolina Flooding on Franklin St. in Chapel Hill, NC -- June 30thcan be extremely hazardous to those in the path of a storm; however,... (Read more)

Different Observation Times Can Have a Big Impact

If you happened to be curious about how much it rained yesterday, you would probably be looking for how much rain fell on that exact date, from midnight... (Read more)

Climate Summary: July 2013

Statewide Average Precipitation: *9.30 inches (very wet - 3rd wettest since 1895) Statewide Average Temperature: *76.83 (in the middle - 60th coolest... (Read more)

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