North Carolina Climate Blog

North Carolina Climate Blog

News and stories about North Carolina's weather and climate

After Irma, Dry Weather Dominates in September

Our latest climate summary takes a focused look at the recent dry conditions across much of the state. Despite increasing activity in the tropics last... (Read more)

Rapid Reaction: Irma Brings Wet, Windy Weather to Western NC

Last week, Hurricane Irma crossed the central Atlantic at Category-5 strength with maximum sustained winds of 184 mph -- surpassed by only one known storm... (Read more)

By the Numbers: August and Summer 2017

In lieu of our typical climate summary post, we're taking a condensed look at some stats from the past month and season. August Temperatures 75.16°F:... (Read more)

How Low Did They Go? Explore Radiation & Temperature Data from the Eclipse

Along with providing a rare sight in the skies, last week's solar eclipse had a distinct impact on weather conditions in North Carolina. The eclipse... (Read more)

The Eclipse is Coming, but Will the Clouds Cooperate?

Next Monday, a total solar eclipse will be visible from parts of North Carolina for the first time in more than 47 years. A little after 2:30 pm on August... (Read more)

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