North Carolina Climate Blog

North Carolina Climate Blog

News and stories about North Carolina's weather and climate

The Dog Days are Done, But Dorian Approaches

August ended with near-normal temperatures and precipitation across the state, on average, but all eyes are on Hurricane Dorian as it threatens the coast... (Read more)

Few Traces Remain from "Wild and Terrific" 19th-Century Hurricanes

This is the first post in our "Stormy Summer" series looking back at some memorable hurricane anniversaries occurring in 2019. More than 100 years ago,... (Read more)

Stormy Summer 2019: Series Overview

Throughout August and September 2019, we'll remember the anniversaries of hurricanes that struck North Carolina 20 years ago, 30 years ago... and all the... (Read more)

A Fryin' July: Temperatures Soar in a Mid-Summer Heat Wave

Headlined by a week of often-oppressive heat for humans and crops alike, July was marked by warm temperatures and scattered but near-normal rainfall. In... (Read more)

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)

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