North Carolina Climate Blog

North Carolina Climate Blog

News and stories about North Carolina's weather and climate

The Heat Backed Off and Rain Picked Up in October

October began with hundred-degree heat, but a mid-month pattern change brought some relief from the heat and widespread rainfall that led to drought improvement. Record... (Read more)

Was Hazel North Carolina's Worst-Case Hurricane?

This is the final post in our "Stormy Summer" series looking back at some memorable hurricane anniversaries occurring in 2019. No discussion about... (Read more)

The Leaves, They Are a Changin'... But Why?

It's a tradition as old as nature itself -- the changing leaf colors that put a pop in our picturesque fall landscapes. Dr. Howard Neufeld in his...... (Read more)

A Tropical Trio in September 2004 Tested the Mountain Terrain

This is the fifth post in our "Stormy Summer" series looking back at some memorable hurricane anniversaries occurring in 2019. Long after their hurricane-force... (Read more)

A Hot, Dry September Sees Drought's Rapid Return

The calendar says it's fall but it still feels like summer. Our September temperatures were warm, our precipitation was generally light after Hurricane... (Read more)

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