North Carolina Climate Blog

North Carolina Climate Blog

News and stories about North Carolina's weather and climate

October Spooked by Zeta's Dying Breaths and Frightful Foggy Mornings

The past month included wet, windy weather along with warm temperatures and higher dew points that helped fog bedevil our October dawns. Dark and Stormy... (Read more)

A Seasonable September Included a Soaking from Sally

Cooler weather filtered in last month as fall officially began, while wet conditions continued across much of North Carolina. Those ingredients mean our... (Read more)

Florence Revisited: Our Wettest Hurricane, Two Years Later

On this day in 2018, Hurricane Florence made landfall in North Carolina, and the worst was yet to come as the storm began its crawl across the state. After... (Read more)

Tropical Air and Tropical Storms Make for a Warm, Wet August

August in North Carolina began and ended with rain from tropical systems, and there was plenty of rain in between as well. Temperatures remained warmer... (Read more)

Join Us for Climate-Conscious NC!

Happy August! For those of you that don't know me yet, my name is Kathie Dello and I'm the State Climatologist and Director of the State Climate Office.... (Read more)

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