North Carolina Weather
In the last 41 years the highest measured temperature in Asheville was 100°F, and the mean annual high is 66. The coldest day reported in Asheville for the past 41 years was -16, while the regular low annual temperature is 44. Asheville normally receives an annual average of 47 inches of rain and averages 15 inches of snow.
The hottest day in Cape Hatteras North Carolina for the past 48 years was 96°F, while the regular high daily temperature for the year is 70. The record low temperature in Cape Hatteras for the last 48 years was 6, and the normal low daily annual temperature is 56. Cape Hatteras usually receives an average of 58 inches of precipitation per year and averages 2 inches of snow annually.
In the last 66 years the highest measured temperature in Charlotte was 104°F, while the average high yearly temperature is 72. The coldest day in Charlotte for the past 66 years was -5, and the regular annual low is 51. Charlotte usually receives an average of 44 inches of precipitation annually and receives an average of 6 inches of snow.
The record high temperature in Greensboro North Carolina for the last 77 years was 103°F, and the mean annual high is 68. The lowest measured temperature in Greensboro for the last 77 years was -8, while the typical low recorded annual temperature is 48. Greensboro receives an annual average of 43 inches of precipitation and receives an average of 9 inches of snow.
The highest recorded temperature for Raleigh for the past 61 years was 105°F, while the typical high yearly temperature is 71. In the last 61 years the lowest measured temperature in Raleigh was -9, and the normal low daily annual temperature is 49. Raleigh usually receives an annual average of 43 inches of rain and averages 8 inches of snow.