Wishing You Just The Right Amount of Water
Dear SERFC Journal Readers –
Today is my last day as Hydrologist in Charge of the National Weather Service’s Southeast River Forecast Center, as I plan to retire.
I have enjoyed communicating interesting aspects of weather, water, and climate across the Southeast U.S. over the past few years. It seems like there is always something going on that is worth communicating. I have discussed aspects of major floods, hurricanes, and, more recently, drought.
I’d like to thank Nene Robertson, my assistant, who served as my top-notch reviewer.
I’d like to thank Jeff Dobur (Water Resources Manager), Todd Hamill (SCH), John Schmidt (DOH), and Jack Bushong (HAS forecaster) for their frequent input.
I’d like to thank the entire SERFC staff where I obtained ideas for Journal content.
Finally, I want to thank you for being a loyal reader of the SERFC Journal.
The SERFC will continue to provide information through the Water Resources Outlook, SERFC Alerts, and on Facebook.
In retirement, I hope to continue to communicate items of interest relating to weather, water, or climate in some way or the other.
If you have been a frequent reader of the Journal, I’d like to hear from you – and what you found useful. Send your comments to email@example.com