North Carolina Climate Blog

North Carolina Climate Blog

News and stories about North Carolina's weather and climate

Halfway through summer... What summer?

This week marks the halfway point for summer, and the first series of days in quite a while that have "typical" summer weather in North Carolina. How does... (Read more)

What's the trend in your area: A precipitation pattern or just random rainfall?

How many times have you been waiting for a rain system to arrive only to see it just miss you or dissipate before reaching your location? Or can you count... (Read more)

Climate Summary: June 2013

Statewide Average Precipitation: *8.86 inches (2nd wettest since 1895) Statewide Average Temperature: *73.8 (59th coolest since 1895) *Values generated... (Read more)

Death Valley ready to remember a temperature record

On Wednesday, Death Valley, CA, should be a little livelier than usual as crowds are expected to come and celebrate the 100 year anniversary of the world's... (Read more)

Nothing Could Be Finer: A Look Back at our Seasonable Spring

As anyone who spent time outdoors over the past few months can attest, the idyllic spring of 2013 is one for the memory banks, and it turns out that it's... (Read more)

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