Jim Duncan

Jim Duncan


Jim Duncan is NBC12's chief meteorologist. He was born and grew up in Delhi, New York. He graduated from LeMoyne College in Syracuse, New York, and has his Masters in Meteorology from the State University of New York at Albany. He worked in television in Greenville, NC and joined NBC12 in 1981.


  • American Meteorological Society, AMS Broadcast Seal of Approval


  • LeMoyne College
  • State University of New York at Albany (Masters)

Recent Articles by Jim

  Forecast: A warm and dry week ahead

  Forecast: Beautiful weather for Thursday

  Forecast: More rain ahead for Virginia

  Peak of Hurricane Season and our A-B-C’s just ran out

  Forecast: Feeling like fall the next few days

  Sally strengthens into a hurricane

  Forecast: A drier trend takes hold with cooler temperatures

  Forecast: A little drier, cooler this weekend

  Forecast: Rainy weather pattern returns the next several days

  Forecast: Humidity, rain chances climb later this week

  Forecast: NICE weekend weather ahead

Laura made landfall overnight as a Category 4

  2nd Wettest August with more rain ahead

Top 10 wettest August already!

  Forecast: Tranquil weather returns the next few days

First Alert Weather Day: Isaias leaves behind damage as it races away

Forecast: Isaias will have significant impacts on Virginia late Monday and Tuesday

Forecast: Watching potential impact from Isaias early next week

  Forecast: Tracking Isaias for Monday-Tuesday

  Forecast: Still hot, watching rain chances increase

  High heat, lack of rain leads to drought conditions for parts of Virginia

First Alert Weather Days for hottest temperatures of the year

  Forecast: Typical summer heat with slim storm chances

Forecast: No end in sight to this hot pattern

  First Alert: Watching a tropical system Thursday

  Forecast: Hot and humid with potential for heavy rain later this week

More strong storms possible Tuesday

Cloudy, cool, and wet pattern moving into this week

  Forecast: Hot and humid again today, but relief later this week

  Forecast: Few more storms then dry pattern follows