Recent Posts

Hebert Boxes and NC: Tracking Our Landfalling Hurricanes

During hurricane season, tropical systems generally move westward across the Atlantic Basin towards North America. Some systems may form into hurricanes staying over open waters … <a href="https://climate.ncsu.edu/blog/2014/08/hebert-boxes-and-nc-tracking-our-landfalling-hurricanes/" rel="noopener noreferrer">Read more</a>

Fire Weather Portal Keeps Users Aware of Fire Risk in NC

In our previous post, we looked at the importance of fire to ecosystems in North Carolina. Today we conclude this series on drought and fire … <a href="https://climate.ncsu.edu/blog/2014/05/fire-weather-portal-keeps-users-aware-of-fire-risk-in-nc/" rel="noopener noreferrer">Read more</a>

High-Resolution Drought Monitoring

Earlier this week, we talked about how drought is monitored and why spring is a good time to take a step back and evaluate how … <a href="https://climate.ncsu.edu/blog/2014/04/high-resolution-drought-monitoring/" rel="noopener noreferrer">Read more</a>

Summer Projects: Rainfall Study and Severe Weather Stats

This post is part of a series highlighting the summer projects from our office’s undergraduate research assistants. First up is Colin Loftin, a senior in … <a href="https://climate.ncsu.edu/blog/2013/09/summer-projects-rainfall-study-new-web-tools/" rel="noopener noreferrer">Read more</a>

Winter El Niño Events Often Take Root in the Spring

Although our winter just ended, the weather conditions half a world away in the western Pacific Ocean may already be shaping how our next winter … <a href="https://climate.ncsu.edu/blog/2013/05/winter-el-nio-events-often-take-root-in-the-spring/" rel="noopener noreferrer">Read more</a>