North Carolina Climate Blog

North Carolina Climate Blog

News and stories about North Carolina's weather and climate

Mount Mitchell Wrings Out a New Record

The most extreme site in North Carolina has added another item to its resume. After a recent review by a committee of statewide scientists, Mount Mitchell's... (Read more)

June Rains Offer Relief, But Not Full Drought Recovery

June brought wet weather across much of North Carolina, as well as a mid-month break from the heat. It also saw our office get out and about to a number... (Read more)

State Climate Office Welcomes New Director

We are delighted to announce that later this month, Kathie Dello will join the State Climate Office of North Carolina as our new permanent director and... (Read more)

A Hot, Dry May Sees Drought Return

Sizzling summer temperatures and widespread dry weather made for a scorching May that saw drought emerge in a potentially unlikely area. The Heat is... (Read more)

April's Weather Includes Thunderstorms, Pollen Storms

Across the state, April saw wet weather including tornado-producing storms, increasing temperatures, and a yellow cloud covering the landscape thanks to... (Read more)

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