North Carolina Climate Blog

North Carolina Climate Blog

News and stories about North Carolina's weather and climate

Rapid Reaction: Season’s Third Snow Did Things Its Own Way

It sounds like a familiar story: a mid-January blast of cold air was followed by a winter storm, bringing snowfall across North Carolina. However, the... (Read more)

Rapid Reaction: Snow Blows In Down East

After a week of cold and dry weather, flakes finally flew across much of eastern North Carolina with the passage of a fast-moving but potent storm system... (Read more)

Arctic Air Invades in December, But Was It Too Cold for Snow?

This month's climate summary highlights December's surge of cold weather, ongoing dry conditions, and a new sensor being tested at one of our ECONet stations. Cold... (Read more)

Welcome to Our New Website!

Your eyes aren't deceiving you. Today, we re-launched our website with a new look and a slightly different layout. But fear not: the same weather and... (Read more)

Rapid Reaction: December Begins with a Wintry Wake-Up Call

We don't often see snow on the ground before Christmas in North Carolina, but a potent weather system spurned the climatological and La Niña-skewed odds... (Read more)

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