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RT : This fall’s team at NCEI aims to understand how soil moisture and fire fuel behavior preceding wildfi… https://t.co/oT8v1B9dTo
1 week 6 days ago
The coldest temperatures of the season so far are expected tomorrow and Thursday mornings! 🥶 Parts of the Piedmont… https://t.co/8EIhlttDDY
3 weeks 18 hours ago
It's shaping up to be a legendary leaf season across NC, and we can trace it back to a timely transition to fall la… https://t.co/sZEgf2BLg6
4 weeks 15 hours ago
Last weekend's rainfall from Hurricane Ian was enough to wipe drought off the map in eastern North Carolina. Howeve… https://t.co/bKfd9LZscF
1 month 3 days ago
Ian's impacts on North Carolina included gusty winds, storm surge, and widespread heavy rain that should bring drou… https://t.co/YDfaO2ZjO0
1 month 6 days ago
As of 11:30am, most of our ECONet stations east of the I-95 corridor have now reported more than 1" of rain from… https://t.co/LzUrBmQdGK
1 month 1 week ago
As of 9:30am, our ECONet Station in Aurora, NC has already received more than 2 inches of rain from . Throughou… https://t.co/9BX4U8AY5j
1 month 1 week ago
RT : We've set up a page for tracking using NC ECONet data. Maps & sortable tables for wind and precip data.… https://t.co/FWGkl3yYQH
1 month 1 week ago
A dry September stretched on last week and plunged all of eastern NC into Abnormally Dry (D0) conditions, but all e… https://t.co/B2Btd0Xq1Y
1 month 1 week ago
We don't forecast, but we've put together this page of aggregated, up-to-date info from our colleagues who do… https://t.co/UnLxSDXcpv
1 month 1 week ago
RT : The team has you covered: aggregated info from trusted North Carolina sources about Hurricane , right he… https://t.co/tN39PCg6Yn
1 month 1 week ago