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An Introduction to Air Quality Forecasting

This is the first of two guest posts this week about air quality forecasting by Bradley McLamb, a SCO alum and meteorologist with the NC Division of Air... (Read more)

Hebert Boxes and NC: Tracking Our Landfalling Hurricanes

During hurricane season, tropical systems generally move westward across the Atlantic Basin towards North America. Some systems may form into hurricanes... (Read more)

Mild Weather, Arthur Headline July 2014 in NC

Overall, July in North Carolina was cooler than normal with a mix of dry and wet spots, including parts of the coast that were visited by Hurricane Arthur.... (Read more)

Climatologically, the Warmest Day of Summer is Just Around the Corner

Last week, we tweeted a graphic from the National Climatic Data Center (NCDC) showing when the warmest day of the year happens climatologically. According... (Read more)

Arthur Brings Wind, Rain, Flooding to NC Coast

It took almost a month of the 2014 hurricane season for the first storm to form, but once it did, Arthur strengthened quickly and set its sights on the... (Read more)

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