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Buckley's Blog

 Tim Buckley's Blog

Welcome to my blog! Here you'll find an inside look into the ups and downs of the daily forecast, and interesting weather tidbits from across the country. I hope you'll find it an informative and entertaining way to get your daily "weather fix"!

-- Tim Buckley, Meteorologist, "Good Morning Carolina"

 

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BUCKLEY'S BLOG: It's only a matter of time

Winter's made a valient stand here in the month of February, but soon enough - it will meet its match.

BUCKLEY'S BLOG: Low impact snow event possible Saturday night

 The computer models have been flip-flopping all week, but it looks more than likely that Southeastern North Carolina will at least see SOME flurries Saturday night.

BUCKLEY'S BLOG: Sun is back; any flurry chances?

We've finally kicked our bad habit of clouds and showers, but as cupid brings us some sunshine our focus shifts toward cold weather concerns for the weekend.

BUCKLEY'S BLOG: A soggy start to the week; winter makes a weekend comeback

A soggy spring-like start to the week won't get any praise from the chamber of commerce, but we may be longing for the warmer temperatures we have now by the end of the we

BUCKLEY'S BLOG: Rain for us, Boston/NY blizzard

I know many have been asking for snow, and to you I say -- head north! While a coastal low can sometimes bring the white stuff to Wilmington, this time it will just bring a whole lot of the wet stuff.

BUCKLEY'S BLOG: High winds a certainty, severe storms a possibility.

I'm watching a strong cold front pushing into North Carolina tonight will bring about rapid changes

BUCKLEY'S BLOG: High winds, severe storms possible Wednesday

January warmth often comes at a cost, and we'll be liable to pay up tomorrow night.

BUCKLEY'S BLOG: Friday AM storm update. Low impacts for SE NC

As we head throughout the day, snow / sleet / freezing rain will be problems for our friends to the north. However, the Cape Fear region will see very little impact from this storm at all.