Lake Effect Snow in North Carolina? It's Happening Today!
JANUARY 22, 2014 | WINTER WEATHER, WEATHER EVENTS
When you hear the term "lake effect snow", you probably think of the Great Lakes phenomenon that gives cities like Buffalo, NY, several feet of snow each... (Read more)
Rare Air: A Look at the Cold Air Outbreak on January 7
JANUARY 7, 2014 | WEATHER EVENTS, WINTER WEATHER
We recently saw -- and felt -- some of the coldest temperatures in more than a decade all across the state. On Tuesday morning, much of the coast dropped... (Read more)
First Freeze for Autumn 2013: How Does it Compare?
OCTOBER 24, 2013 | WEATHER EVENTS, AGRICULTURE
Thursday, Friday, and Saturday will likely produce the first freeze events of the season across most of the lower elevations of North Carolina (higher... (Read more)
Century Since the Storm: Road to Recovery
SEPTEMBER 6, 2013 | WEATHER EVENTS, HURRICANES
This is the fourth and final part of our weeklong blog post series Century Since the Storm.
Several days after the storm passed through and the rains... (Read more)
Century Since the Storm: Moment of Impact
SEPTEMBER 5, 2013 | WEATHER EVENTS, HURRICANES
This is the third part of our weeklong blog post series Century Since the Storm.
Early on the morning of September 3rd, 1913, just before 4 a.m., the... (Read more)
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