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NC Extremes: Series Overview

North Carolina has some iconic weather extremes: a low of -34°F at Mount Mitchell, a high of 110°F in Fayetteville, and 30 tornadoes on a single day, just to name a few.

As part of a year-long blog post series in 2015, we will look at some of these events in more detail. We hope you'll join us in this series as we tell the stories behind the statistics.

If you'd like to catch up on any of our posts, here's the complete list:

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