Jordan Sherman

Meterologist

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jsherman@kktv.com

Jordan is from a small town in Southern Vermont, but this is not his first time living in the Rocky Mountain State.

Jordan is from a small town in Southern Vermont, but this is not his first time living in the Rocky Mountain state. Jordan began his broadcasting career in Grand Junction before continuing his career in upstate New York, an hour drive from family and friends. He had fun back home, but is more excited to be back in Colorado working at KKTV.

Jordan is fascinated with maps and geography, which makes traffic reporting come naturally. He’s excited to work with an experienced morning news team and keep Southern Colorado on time to work.

Jordan is a proud graduate of Lyndon State College, with a degree in atmospheric sciences. Jordan spent a lot of time in college exploring which career path in meteorology he wanted to purse. He interned as an operational forecaster, providing information for clients and spent time researching climate data too. He ultimately chose to be a broadcast meteorologist, a career path he’s been interested in since 3 years old.

When he’s not at work you’ll most likely find Jordan one of three places, on the hiking trail, on the golf course or standing over his grill making some tasty food!

Jordan can be reached at jsherman@kktv.com.


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