“Darby’s addition creates the largest team of meteorologists in our viewing area and enhances our commitment to provide the most comprehensive weather coverage around the clock,” said KHBS-KHOG news director, Greg Shepperd.
The station said Bybee, who comes from KARK in Little Rock, has logged nearly 45,000 miles in 23 states while reporting on tornadoes and hail and wind events. He previously worked at KLKN in Lincoln, NE.
The KHBS-KHOG weather team includes:
Drew Michaels, chief meteorologist
Laura Huckabee, weekday morning meteorologist
Brittany Bell, weekend morning meteorologist
Darby Bybee, who will join the station as weekend evening meteorologist the Monday after Thanksgiving (November 26).
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