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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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Sunshine for now -- but this delightful pattern can't (and won't) last forever

The long stretch of warm sunny days across the region will last all the way through the weekend -- but perhaps not beyond.

Just another day in paradise! Plus, a Typhoon for the record books.

Well it seems like we can do no wrong in this weather pattern! Lots of sunshine -- cool crisp mornings with pleasant afternoons and low humidity.

Fall Colors arrive in the Tar Heel State

It's that time of year -- the days are getting shorter, the temperatures are supposed to be getting lower, and the leaves are finally turning across the country.

Paula takes a trip to Cancún -- plus Fall is finally coming.... eventually

Even though it's October, the tropics aren't through just yet. Hurricane Paula is headed toward the white sandy beaches of Mexico, but her stay may not be a quiet one!

Relentless Rains -- A look back at a record breaking week

A classic case of "Be careful what you wish for!" The amount of rain bordered on absurd at times last week in Mother Nature's cruel joke on the Carolinas.

Make it stop! Make it stop! Too much of a good thing.

Alright. Last week, who would have thought that September would end up being more than 3 times wetter than normal??

Ask and you shall receive --- here comes some drought-busting rain!

It's a matra I'm sure you'll hear over and over out and about today, "We do need the rain!" It's true.

Might not feel like fall - but it's already showing itself on the weather map

While we continue to feel mid-summer weather here on the first day of Fall, it's hard to believe in the season change.