“His mom was from Cow Island, his dad from Bosco… the kid really never stood a chance”… My name is John “JayCee” Falcon, and I have been Townsquare Media since 1998. I was born in Florida (my dad was in the Air Force), but I grew up in Abbeville ("home”). I served our great country in the United States Army, and still strongly support our troops. When I am not on the air, I am hardly still, as I have a love for travel, hanging out with friends, and "trying to fix things". I currently live in Youngsville and have 4 beautiful women in my life: my girlfriend Shannon, and our dogs Violet, Mannie, and Lil' Bit. My love for music trumps most, though, and I can usually be found with a radio near my ear.
Don’t Throw Those Silica Gel Packs Away: 7 Great Uses
When you come across silica gel packs, keep them. Put them in a Ziploc (or similar) bag to protect them from moisture until you are ready to use them.
Nat’l Weather Service in Lake Charles has Jokes and It’s Refreshing
The National Weather Service in Lake Charles has issued a not-so-severe cold weather warning and reading it made me giggle out loud.
On Final Day of Hurricane Season, Disturbance Forms in Atlantic
With a record-breaking 30 named storms this year, the thought of another storm might be too much for some to handle, especially on the last day of the season
2020: Still Breaking Storm Records
The Year from Hell broke another record today in the weather department: the 29th named storm of the season has formed.
Edwards: Louisiana Doing Well with COVID
Some of the responses to the Tweet were negative, but most were supportive of the governor's efforts to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus in Louisiana.
Can I Wear Campaign Hat When I Vote?
Can I wear a campaign hat when I vote? Or a button, t-shirt, or any other article on my person that promotes one candidate over another?
Delta Storm Surge Caught on Video at Cypremort Point
The website HurricaneTrack.com had live cameras set up all over the coastal area, and this one was trained on Don's place in Cypremort Point.
Delta Hits Just 12 Miles from Where Laura Made Landfall
The forecasters were spot-on: they predicted Hurricane Delta to hit just 12 miles from where Hurricane Laura came ashore, and that's just what she did.
Eye of the Storm Doesn’t Mean Calm Seas
KATC Chief Meteorologist Rob Perillo retweeted this graph showing the conditions at offshore buoys during the storm. Notice what happens in the eye:
I-10 Motorists Experience Delays While Evacuating [VIDEO]
Whichever route you choose please be courteous and stay safe.