By Corey DavisDecember’s temperatures were marked by a big cooldown just in time for Christmas. Rain throughout the month lifted the Mountains out of drought. And a... |Climate Blog, Climate Summary, Newswire
By Corey DavisWith year-long temperature and precipitation records on the line, we narrowly missed both following warm and wet (but not warm and wet enough) weather in December. The initial stats... |Climate Blog, Climate Summary
By Corey DavisPrecipitation continued to be the main story in North Carolina’s weather, including a record wet December that — despite a substantial wintry event early in... |Climate Blog, Climate Summary
By Corey DavisThis month’s climate summary highlights December’s surge of cold weather, ongoing dry conditions, and a new sensor being tested at one of our ECONet stations.... |Climate Blog, Climate Summary
By Corey DavisLast month saw a temperature roller coaster as well as near- to slightly below-normal rainfall across most of the state. Temperatures Take a Topsy-Turvy Sleigh... |Climate Blog, Climate Summary
By Corey DavisUnseasonably warm conditions and more rain were our weather storylines in December. A Month of Un-Winterlike Warmth By all measures — average high, average low,... |Climate Blog, Climate Summary
By Corey DavisDecember was a fairly quiet month weather-wise, with temperatures running a few degrees above normal, especially in the west, and precipitation late in the month... |Climate Blog, Climate Summary
By Ryan BoylesMonthly statistics for December 2013:Statewide Average Precipitation: 5.75 inches (12th wettest since 1895)Statewide Average Temperature: 44.65°F (27th warmest since 1895)* Values generated from preliminary numbers Both minimum...