North Carolina Climate Blog

North Carolina Climate Blog

News and stories about North Carolina's weather and climate

Rapid Reaction: Record Rainfall and Flooding Follow Florence

It was a storm that briefly appeared set to threaten all of North Carolina's records for landfalling hurricane intensity. In the end, Florence was weaker... (Read more)

Helene a Reminder of an NC Weather What-If

While all eyes in North Carolina remain on Hurricane Florence and its potential impacts on the state later this week, another recently formed hurricane... (Read more)

Despite a Wet August, Drought Returns in NC

August included mixed precipitation in North Carolina, with dry weather in some of our southern counties and wet conditions in many other areas. In this... (Read more)

Often Ignored in a Stormy Era, Bonnie Still Packed a Punch

The late 1990s in North Carolina became synonymous with names like Bertha, Fran, and Floyd. But another, perhaps less well-remembered hurricane hit the... (Read more)

July's Dry Start Gives Way to a Wet Finish

It was a Jekyll and Hyde weather month in North Carolina as we switched weather patterns midway through July. Our latest climate summary has a closer look... (Read more)

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