North Carolina Climate Blog

North Carolina Climate Blog

News and stories about North Carolina's weather and climate

An Extreme, Unusual 2020: the Weather Year in ReviewNEW

The unprecedented aspects of 2020 included our climate in North Carolina, which the statistics show was an extreme year in our modern history. According... (Read more)

Warm, Wet December Weather Lands Short of Annual Records

With year-long temperature and precipitation records on the line, we narrowly missed both following warm and wet (but not warm and wet enough) weather... (Read more)

A Warm, Wet November Puts Records Within Reach

A few drenched days from the tropics' parting shot to the Southeast amounted to a wet month in North Carolina that also featured sustained warmth. That... (Read more)

Winter Outlook 2020-21: La Niña Has Landed

For the ninth year in a row, we're proud to share our winter outlook for North Carolina. This year, the atmosphere has offered up a clear indication of... (Read more)

Rapid Reaction: Eta-Aided Rain Event Drenches NC

Amid a record-breaking hurricane season that has run up the score by repeatedly slam-dunking on the US coastline, it poured buckets in North Carolina yet... (Read more)

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