By Corey DavisLast month’s rains washed away any lingering drought in North Carolina and topped off the rain gauges in a particularly wet spring. Temperatures Moderate Under... |Climate Blog, Climate Summary
By Corey DavisAfter a warm, dry February, our temperatures and precipitation rebounded to near-normal levels in March. Winter’s Parting Shot Brings an Early Spring Cooldown February’s warm... |Climate Blog, Events
By Corey DavisIn the past three weeks, afternoon thunderstorms have brought the usual combination of heavy rain, thunder, and lightning, but they’ve also packed an extra punch.... |Climate Blog, Events
By Corey DavisEarlier this week, a cold front moving across North Carolina produced strong thunderstorms that spawned six tornadoes, then left high, gusty winds in its wake.... |Climate Blog, Climate Summary
By Corey DavisMay saw above-normal temperatures continue and a return of dry conditions, especially in western North Carolina. May Heats Up Across the State Last month’s statewide... |Climate Blog, Events
By Corey DavisThis post is part of our year-long series about North Carolina’s weather extremes. One of North Carolina’s most widespread — and most recent — severe... |Climate Blog, Climate Summary, Seasonal Outlook
By Corey Davis and John McGuireThis is the second post in our 2014 summer outlook series. Today we review our spring temperatures, precipitation, drought, and severe weather. Statewide Average Precipitation:... |Climate Blog, Products
By Colin LoftinThe World Meteorological Organization defines severe weather as dangerous meteorological phenomenon, of varying duration, with risk of causing major damage, serious social disruption and loss...