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The April 2021 precipitation summary infographic, highlighting the monthly average temperature, departure from normal, and comparison to historical and recent years

Scarce Showers in April Help Dryness Develop

A month of up-and-down temperatures also saw limited precipitation across the state. Plus, we review an eventful tropical off-season and preview the upcoming hurricane season....

Showers Soak the State During a Stormy April

Plenty of April showers made for a wet month in North Carolina, and our weather pattern was also a cooler one with some gusty winds...

April’s Weather Includes Thunderstorms, Pollen Storms

Across the state, April saw wet weather including tornado-producing storms, increasing temperatures, and a yellow cloud covering the landscape thanks to a springtime pollen-pocalypse. Rain...

April Showers Bring Flooding and Drought Relief

We’re still cooling off and wringing out after one of our warmest and wettest Aprils on record. From Freezing to 90, Warm Weather Rushes In...

April Saw Fire, Little Rain, and Sunny, Seasonal Days

One ongoing dry pattern, two chilly mornings, and three wildfires were all parts of our April conditions in North Carolina. Spring-like Temperatures, Including Two Freezes...

April Showers Alleviate Lingering Dryness

After several months of dry weather in western North Carolina, April saw plenty of precipitation across that region along with above-normal temperatures across the state....

Temperatures Moderate and Drought Abates in April

Monthly statistics for April 2013: Statewide Average Precipitation: 4.89 inches (18th wettest since 1895)Statewide Average Temperature: 57.7°F (59th coldest since 1895)* Values generated from preliminary numbers Normal...