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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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Ready for another wild ride? Tropical train of storms on it's way ... again

It looks like Deja Vu all over again in the tropics. After a brief break, the storms are coming back.

Hermine Messes with Texas

I don't know if it's the barbeque, the country music, or the cowboy boots - but something is just drawing these tropical systems to South Texas.

The End of Summer? Well - not really

Labor Day -- officially a salute to the American worker --  is often heralded as a "last hurrah" for beachgoers and the unofficial end of summer. But is it really?

Hurricane Earl just a dress rehearsal for storms to come ...

Everybody exhale --- Earl has come and gone without much fanfare; good news for us!

Earl will be a major 'Heartburn' Hurricane for the Carolinas

I'm not sure if it's a term or not, but nonetheless I'm deeming Earl the first "Heartburn Hurricane" of 2010. The storm will continue to gather just north of the Caribbean Islands and begin its track north later on today. The track is still a bit too close for comfort in our area -- hence the "heartburn".

Tracking Earl will be a nail-biter this week

Near miss, cutting it close, Hurricane heartburn, whatever you want to call it -- Earl will make it a stressful week up and down the East Coast.

"I spy an Eye!" - An update on Danielle and Earl (and Fiona?)

The parade of storms just continues along it's path in the open Atlantic. Danielle, Earl, and what may eventually become Fiona are marching down the same avenue.

Tropical roller coaster ride continues, and no end in sight!

Kicking, whining, and screaming for summer not to go. If you stuck your ear out your window this morning, you could almost hear it.