While meteorologists have been close on forecasting recent snowfall, citizens are readying their bitchy Facebook posts and tweets for the next incorrect forecast.

“We’re waiting and watching, simply put. They’ve been forecasting decent
lately, but the next hard miss we will be out with our Facebook posts and
tweets looking for them!” said one local organizer.

The organizer believes it’s probably best to bitch about the weather on social media like everyone else rather than organize an angry mob with pitchforks and torches.

“I’ve got my Facebook post all written up about how the forecast is wrong
again, and you know sure as hell I’ll be posting on all of the news channels social media posts about being wrong at my job would get me fired. I’m almost never on Twitter, but I’ve got a tweet all ready too!” said one of the citizens we spoke with via Facebook message.

Over the weekend, meteorologists correctly forecasted high winds, snow, and whiteout conditions. Things that were actually seen.

“So, they got one weekend right. If I were right one weekend at my job, I
wouldn’t go bragging about it on social media like they do. No one likes a smug meteorologist! I’m watching you and I have my Facebook posts ready when you’re wrong again!” said the organizer.

The next significant snowfall should occur Friday this week, and if it does, I’m going to be bragging about predicting it.

The Sioux Falls Headliner
Adam K. White