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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: Say it ain't so! Nor'easter threat for Sandy areas. What it means for them, and us.

Not again! The cries have erupted wishing and hoping away another Sandy from striking the Northeast. Here's the good news; this is NOT another Sandy.

BUCKLEY'S BLOG: Why a perfect forecast just isn't enough

The TV meteorologist has long been the butt of many jokes. "What's the only job you can have and be wrong everyday? A meteorologist of course!" (Har, har, har.) Why is this the case? Well, as meteorologists we're trying to predict the future.

BUCKLEY'S BLOG: The new normal; Things are a-changin' as fall rolls along.

"Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it." - Ferris Bueller

Wednesday AM Isaac video update

Isaac is strengthening and gaining steam as it heads toward the Caribbean.

Tropic Troubles! I'm watching Isaac every step of the way!

The tropics are giving us trouble! Isaac will be strengthening soon, and then threatening parts of the Caribbean and possibly the US.

Start your engines! Hurricane Season starts now

I'm declaring Hurricane Season now officially open. I know it started months ago, but bear with me.

Unofficial start of summer? It'll feel like it this week!

Everybody has been waiting, or fearing, the season's first hot spell after our warm March, and now it seems like we have it!

VIDEO BLOG: Where does the smoke go? Fire weather forecast

BUCKLEY'S BLOG: Where there's smoke there's fire -- well not always. That won't necessarily be the case heading through the next several days.