Coastal weather is complex and ever chaning. Sometimes uncooperative weather can make it hard to enjoy our beautiful, sandy shores. Take heart, this 2018 streak of showery weather is not nearly as bad as some we have seen over the years. In spite of forecast of 60% chance of wet weather, we have had three sunny days in a row. If you pick your time, you can still enjoy some nice times at the beach. For more info, click this link.
The heat has found us on North Carolina’s Crystal Coast. It is part of life here. This time of year, taking three showers a day is not unusual and those of us who manage to get really hot, do not even bother to turn on the hot water in the shower. For more thoughts click this link.
Leave it to the weather to make you humble. We are used to warm weather so this January 2018 snowstorm that is sticking around is an unusal event for us. Read more at this link.
We have enjoyed a great summer here on the Crystal Coast. The weather has been great for enjoying the water. While we had some hot spells and some rain, we dodged the bullet of big storms and days of rain. Even the fishing has been good since the first of August. Read all about the summer of 2017 at the Emerald Isle beaches.
When you live near the beach, you never want to get attached to the way the sand looks at a particular beach. Wind, waves, and storms make our shorelines ephemeral at times. Some places like the Point change faster than Google can map it. Read more here..
I stumbled into a perfect beach evening. There was no shortage of warmth but I was not hot. The air was moving and it smelled of the beach. The humidity was not overpowering and I could imagine being on the beach….(read more)
It has been a stellar fall here on the Crystal Coast. I have to go back a number of years to remember one with such great weather and excellent fishing.
Late summer means we are working our way through the heat and towards the best beach time of the year, Fall.
It is hot and trees are saviors this time of year on the Crystal Coast.
It is summer, the beginning of the second week of July 2016, and the area around the pool is empty. The answer is simple.