Jon Erdman, The Weather Channel

Jon Erdman

The Weather Channel

Milwaukee, WI, United States

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Past articles by Jonathan:

What Is An Atmospheric River? Explaining The Blessing And Curse

One occasional feature is responsible for a number of flood events in the U.S. and elsewhere. → Read More

Can It Snow In September? It May Sound Early, But Here's Where It Could Happen

Snow in September may sound early, but flakes can fly in some areas of the United States. - Articles from The Weather Channel | → Read More

What We Typically See in the Weather in July

Here are 5 things to watch for in the weather in July. → Read More

Strong April Storm May Bring Snow, Rain, High Winds to the Plains, Midwest Next Week

A stretch of recent relatively benign weather will come to a screeching halt. → Read More

Severe Thunderstorms Expected Across Parts of the South Through This Weekend

Right on cue for April, more severe weather is on the way through the weekend. → Read More

The 5 Worst Winter U.S. Locations of 2018-19

We picked five locations that are likely happy to see winter's end. → Read More

Record Flooding in Nebraska, Iowa, Captured in Satellite Imagery

See the before and after satellite images of the historic flood in Nebraska and Iowa. → Read More

Snow is Remarkably Covering More Than Half the Lower 48 in Early March

This year is proof positive that March is still very much a winter month. → Read More

March Cold Outbreak to Pause Thoughts of Spring; Daily Records Possible in Rockies, Plains, Midwest

It's technically a spring month, but any spring fever is likely to remain squashed in early March. → Read More

Atmospheric River Is Pummeling California's Sierra With Feet of Snow, Topping February Records

Feet of snow are piling up in the snow-weary Sierra from the latest atmospheric river event. → Read More

It Will Be Brutally Cold, But Likely Won't Break All-Time Temperature Records

This upcoming cold outbreak may flirt with daily records in the Midwest, but all-time records appear out of reach. → Read More

The Polar Vortex Has Fallen Apart, Which Could Unleash a Much Colder End to January

The polar vortex has fallen apart, and that means colder air could come south later this month. → Read More

Rare January Ohio Tornado Downs Trees, Power Lines and Damages Building

Instead of lake-effect snow, a tornado was caught on video in northeastern Ohio. → Read More

5 Weather Questions About 2019

Here are some interesting things we'll watch that could have an influence in 2019. → Read More

Another Southern Soaker Will Kick Off 2019 After One of Wettest Decembers on Record

Rivers are still in flood stage, and more rain is on the way. → Read More

The Strangest Things We Saw in 2018's Weather

It wasn't your imagination, 2018 was a strange year in weather. → Read More

The Polar Vortex Might Weaken Soon, and That Could Unleash a Much Colder January

You've probably heard of this term. Here's why we're watching it right now. → Read More

Destructive Tornado Strikes Taylorville, Illinois; Over 100 Buildings Damaged, 30 Injured

A rash of tornadoes tore through Illinois Saturday. → Read More

Hoarfrost: The Science Behind Frost on Steroids

We explain what causes giant tentacles of frost. → Read More

Nighttime Tornadoes More Than Twice as Likely to Be Deadly

A recent study found the death rate from nocturnal tornadoes is actually rising. → Read More