North Carolina Climate Blog

North Carolina Climate Blog

News and stories about North Carolina's weather and climate

Winter Folklore Hints at When Snow Might Arrive

Whether you're an ardent believer in their forecasts or just an interested outside observer, the colorful collection of weather folklore provides plenty... (Read more)

October According to the ECONet

Over the past month, we've been in the field nearly every day visiting our ECONet weather stations for some final fall maintenance. With our statewide... (Read more)

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)

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