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Rapid Reaction: More Mixed Precipitation Blankets NCNEW

The third widespread wintry event in less than two weeks painted a familiar picture across the state: Snow falling to the north and west, rain to the southeast,... (Read more)

NC Extremes: Arctic Air Masses Pack a High-Pressure PunchNEW

This post is part of our year-long series about North Carolina's weather extremes. When it comes to moving the mercury in barometers up to record-setting... (Read more)

Rapid Reaction: Winter Awakens with a Round of Frozen Precip.

The first statewide wintry event of the season brought a mixed bag of precipitation types and left an icy glaze across parts of North Carolina. The... (Read more)

NC Extremes: The Coldest Day Redefined Records

This is the first post in a year-long series documenting some of North Carolina's weather extremes. Today's post looks at the event that brought the coldest... (Read more)

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,... (Read more)

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