Why Is It Always Mostly Sunny in the Outer Banks of North Carolina?


It is always mostly sunny in the Outer Banks of North Carolina because of its location. It is very close to the Gulf Stream which affects the overall climate of the area. On top of that, the winds/breezes are always around to blow the clouds away. Because of these factors, the Outer Banks are one of the most temperate locations north of the state of Florida. You can find more information here: http://outerbanksnavi-gator.com/information/weather.php
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