By Corey DavisCooler weather filtered in last month as fall officially began, while wet conditions continued across much of North Carolina. Those ingredients mean our leaf colors could be unlike we’ve seen... |Climate Blog, Climate Summary
By Corey DavisThe calendar says it’s fall but it still feels like summer. Our September temperatures were warm, our precipitation was generally light after Hurricane Dorian, and... |Climate Blog, Climate Summary
By Corey DavisHurricane Florence’s impacts on North Carolina were our main weather stories in September. This climate summary looks at the heavy rainfall, an early damage assessment,... |Climate Blog, Climate Summary
By Corey Davis and Rebecca WardOur latest climate summary takes a focused look at the recent dry conditions across much of the state. Despite increasing activity in the tropics last... |Climate Blog, Climate Summary
By Corey DavisWhile the entire state of North Carolina continued to see above-normal temperatures last month, there was a big difference in precipitation from east to west.... |Climate Blog, Climate Summary
By Corey DavisSeptember started with summer-like warmth and finished with a fall-like pattern and the first signs of changing leaves. Roller Coaster Temperatures in NC After an... |Climate Blog, Climate Summary
By Monthly statistics for September 2013:Statewide Average Precipitation: 3.00 inches (36th driest since 1895)Statewide Average Temperature: 69.1 degrees (42nd coolest since 1895)* Values generated from preliminary numbers Cool...