Remember, they’re scientists or something and we’re supposed to believe their dire warnings about non-existent climate change that may or may not happen.
Meteorologists across the Northeast were scrambling to get back in good graces with the public on Tuesday — apologizing on Twitter for forecasting the “historic blizzard” that never was.
“My deepest apologies to many key decision makers and so many members of the general public,” tweeted National Weather Service meteorologist Gary Szatkowski. “This is a big forecast miss.”
But hey, we at least got to see plenty of live shots of empty streets in America’s largest city. Great job, guys.
My deepest apologies to many key decision makers and so many members of the general public.
— Gary Szatkowski (@GarySzatkowski) January 27, 2015
Other joined in with the mea culpas. If only we could see such honesty when it’s come to bogus forecasts of impending doom due to so-called global warming.
But nobody seemed to be more sorry they had cried wolf than Szatkowski, who let the twitter apologies fly early Tuesday.
“You made a lot of tough decisions expecting us to get it right, and we didn’t. Once again, I’m sorry,” he tweeted. “I’m sorry for the poor quality weather forecast.”