NEW YORK, Aug. 25, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- MyWeather.com, which offers the most personal and precise suite of weather products for consumers anywhere on the globe, today is making available Tim Bush, a leading meteorologist and hurricane expert, to talk about the projected path and severity of Hurricane Irene. MyWeather is also announcing a new hurricane tracking tool that allows users to follow the storm online and across mobile devices.
- Tim Bush – hurricane expert, meteorologist, outdoor enthusiast and spokesperson for MyWeather – is available for comment on Hurricane Irene's projected path and severity, as well as MyWeather.com's new hurricane tracking feature.
- Last week, MyWeather debunked the Top 5 Hurricane Myths and exposed the truth behind them. Among other misconceptions, the company explained that stronger storms don't always produce higher surges, nor does the size of the storm necessarily have a direct correlation with its severity.
- MyWeather's hurricane tracking feature, which gives users the ability to view projected storms and their severity, is also available on MyWeather's popular iPhone and Android apps. The hurricane tracker lets users view and interact with the projected forecast path of any active hurricanes, tropical storms or tropical depressions in the Atlantic, Caribbean and eastern Pacific.
About MyWeather & Weather Central, LP:
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