By Corey DavisAfter a cool June, hot weather arrived in July, while generally limited precipitation saw Abnormally Dry conditions return in North Carolina — but for how long? A Month of Melting... |Climate Blog, Climate Summary
By Corey DavisHeadlined by a week of often-oppressive heat for humans and crops alike, July was marked by warm temperatures and scattered but near-normal rainfall. In this... |Climate Blog, Climate Summary
By Corey Davis and Rebecca WardAbove-normal temperatures were a mainstay during the past month, leading to one of North Carolina’s warmest Julys on record. The Heat Hangs On All Month... |Climate Blog, Climate Summary
By Corey Davis and Brandon BlackAs we crossed the midpoint of summer, hot and dry conditions again prevailed in July. Above-Normal Temperatures Persist For the fifth consecutive month, the statewide... |Climate Blog, Climate Summary
By Ryan BoylesMonthly statistics for July 2013:Statewide Average Precipitation: 9.30 inches (very wet – 3rd wettest since 1895)Statewide Average Temperature: 76.83 (in the middle – 60th coolest since 1895)*...