North Carolina Climate Blog

North Carolina Climate Blog

News and stories about North Carolina's weather and climate

CCMMS Students Return to Research at the SCO

For a few hours every week since October, the State Climate Office has welcomed two additional researchers: Miles Hunt and Maggie Loughlin, both eighth-grade... (Read more)

Citizen Science Program needs your help observing the weather!

Do you ever wonder how much rain a thunderstorm brought to your backyard, or how deep the snow was after a winter storm? If so, then you could be... (Read more)

Upgrades to Wind Rose Tool

A wind rose is a graphical tool used to show wind speed and wind direction for a particular location over a specified period of time. The wind rose is... (Read more)

Climate Summary: January 2013

Record Rainfall in the Mountains Statewide Average Precipitation: 5.47 inches (17th wettest since 1895)Statewide Average Temperature: 43.90 F (24th... (Read more)

Climate Summary: 2012 By The Numbers

How does the climate of 2012 compare? Now that all the numbers are in, we have sense as to how 2012 fits into our climate history for North Carolina.... (Read more)

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