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High Resolution Drought Monitoring

Earlier this week we talked about how drought is monitored, and why spring is a good time to take a step back and evaluate how we're doing, moisture-wise.... (Read more)

Monitoring and Predicting Drought

This is the first in a multi-part series looking at drought. Before we cover some the drought tools we've developed, we thought it might be best to provide... (Read more)

Climate Summary: March 2014

Statewide Average Precipitation: *4.45 inches (55th wettest since 1895) Statewide Average Temperature: *44.85°F (11th coldest since 1895) *Values... (Read more)

Winter 2013-14: Event Recap, Prediction Review, & Spring Outlook

It has been a long and active winter in North Carolina, and it appears it is finally coming to an end. In this blog post, we recap our eventful winter,... (Read more)

Winter 2013-14: By the Numbers

In North Carolina, we had a little bit of everything this winter, from frozen precipitation to severe storms, and from single-digit low temperatures to... (Read more)

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