LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) September 19, 2018
People who wish to stay abreast on the latest weather conditions -- especially during the current hurricane season -- can take advantage of a popular and soon-to-be-revamped weather/meteorologist blog by Jim Byrne, a KCOY weatherman who has since left the station to more effectively educate the public on weather conditions on a larger scale.
Byrne’s blog, located at http://www.jimbyrnekcoyweatherman.com/, has received overwhelming traffic and user demand for videos and visual aides, so now, his goal is to deliver to users what they want. By the end of 2019, readers can expect a different form of visuals designed to both draw in new users and satisfy loyal readers. The update should fix all major bugs as well as introduce a much more enjoyable user experience.
Byrne who currently serves as the Santa Maria Auto Mall’s spokesperson, decided to launch the blog to better help members of the public to plan for activities that will take place outdoors. In the same way, Byrne’s goal is to help businesses to prepare for transportation-related hazards. According to Byrne, weather updates are especially invaluable this time of year, when the threat of hurricanes runs rampant. Hurricane season officially began on June 1 and ends on Nov. 30.
Byrne possesses over two decades of engineering and scientific communications experience. His other areas of expertise include meteorology/geosciences and public/media relations. His extensive industry experience made him a no-brainer of a choice for the reality show So You Think You’d Survive on The Weather Channel. The former KCOY weatherman participated in this reality show for two seasons.
On his blog, readers can expect to find out Byrne’s insights regarding California’s weather and the United States’ weather in general. For instance, they can get the latest updates on La Niña, El Niño, the Sierra Nevada mountain range’s snowpack, and the California drought. They can also learn more about Byrne’s professional career, certifications, and training. Byrne, who has been a Santa Barbara resident for 17 years and is active in select socio-civic advocacies, looks forward to helping people to stay informed and thus empowered no matter what Mother Nature may bring from one season to the next.