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New NHC Blog Post on Potential Tropical Cyclones / James Franklin retiring

Posted by Chris in Tampa on 6/29/2017, 1:03 pm

They don't blog often. Last entry was over a year ago. This is a really in-depth post about potential tropical cyclones written by James Franklin:

https://noaanhc.wordpress.com/2017/06/29/potential-tropical-cyclones-fitting-the-bill-for-more-timely-warnings/

Also at the end, it says that James Franklin is retiring at the end of his week:

"Editor's Note:  This post marks James's last blog contribution as a member of the NHC family.  After 35 years of service in the federal government (17 years at NOAA's Hurricane Research Division and 18 years at the National Hurricane Center), James is retiring at the end of this week.  We want to thank James for his contributions to not only the blog, but also for his many contributions to hurricane forecasting and NHC operations over the past several decades.  Although James will no longer be "inside the eye" of the sometimes-hectic NHC scene, we know he won't be too far away cheering on his beloved Miami Hurricanes, Miami Dolphins, and Florida Panthers.  Congratulations, James, and happy retirement!"

His creative discussions will be missed.

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