Feb 24, 2023
Kathie Dello, state climatologist of North Carolina, said hotter days are coming sooner in the year and that it’s not cooling off as much at night – a problem for crops and public health.
Feb 23, 2023
Driving the news: Thermometers at RDU are expected to cross the 80° mark for just the 14th time since 1945 Thursday — and could come close to the all-time record for February of 84°, according to the N.C. State Climate Office.
Feb 13, 2023
The State Climate Office discusses the science behind having an outdoor hockey game ahead of the NHL Stadium Series game at Carter-Finley.
Aug 8, 2022
“Individual events happen all the time and have happened all the time in our historical record. We need to be aware that just because we have an event doesn’t mean it represents something unusual,” said Kenneth Kunkel, a research professor in the Department of Marine, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences.
Jul 21, 2022
The NC State Climate Office takes a look at the adaptation, mitigation and resilience measures coastal communities are taking in response to climate changes.
Jul 20, 2022
The NC State Climate Office explains the threats the rivers and wetlands in eastern North Carolina face due to a changing climate.
Jul 19, 2022
The NC State Climate Office gives an overview of North Carolina's offshore ocean currents and how winds and waves shape the coastline.
Jul 14, 2022
The NC State Climate Office explores the soils of eastern North Carolina, their suitability for agriculture and the weather and climate challenges that farmers face.
Feb 14, 2022
The North Carolina State Climate Office's Kathie Dello, Sheila Saia and John McGuire were part of a team that developed ShellCast, an online application for predicting temporary shellfish lease closures.
Dec 17, 2021
A lag between intervention and CO2 decrease could have ramifications for climate change.