Here is the latest Quarterly Climate Impacts and Outlook for the Southeast Region, September 2017, published by Jordan McCleod, Climatologist for the Southeastern Regional Climate Center. Great information here on record-breaking weather and climate extremes. Southeast_Region_Quarterly_Report_Summer_2017_FINAL
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Learn how input from “citizen scientists” is increasing our understanding and monitoring of weather and climate in the Carolinas. The Community Collaborative Rain, Hail, and Snow (CoCoRaHS) employs volunteers to gather much needed monitoring data on conditions throughout the Carolinas. Drought can be a tricky thing to measure and monitor. … Continued
Severe weather was exceptionally active across the Southeast, with more than six times the typical number of reports observed during January. Numerous thunderstorm wind gusts ranging from 60 to nearly 90 mph were observed across the southern portion of the region, resulting in 7 fatalities and 8 injuries. Over 70% … Continued
In early December, the Southeast Regional Climate Center (SERCC) and NOAA partners released their Quarterly Climate Impacts and Outlook report for autumn 2016. Inside, you will find a regional summary of climate patterns and impacts across the southeastern United States, along with a climate outlook for winter 2016–2017. Some of … Continued
2016NorthCarolinaHeatReport 2016 was a record year for extreme heat in North Carolina. Emergency department visits increased 43% from 2015 to 2016, resulting in a total 4,847 visits to NC emergency departments for heat-related illness. A majority of these visits were from males, many of whom work in construction, … Continued