Fox News host Mark Levin cites error rates in local weather reports to diminish credibility of climate scientists

Fox News' Mark Levin says that variability in local weather reporting disproves scientists ability to predict climate change

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Citation From the February 12, 2024, edition of Westwood One's The Mark Levin Show

MARK LEVIN (HOST): May I make a public service announcement on my own behalf, Mr. Producer? All you folks in and around the Northern Virginia area, just stay home tomorrow. Work from home. May I suggest that?

Call your boss, say, "I want to work from home." We need to keep the roads empty so Mark can get to the airport. Is that selfish? I don't think so. I'm looking out for all of my fellow citizens out there. And I'm looking at these news report. I'm thinking, "How the hell can they even predict the weather or the climate? Fifty, a hundred." We've got one AccuWeather that that indicates, you know, it's never gonna be warmer than -- colder than 39 degrees.

Now, last time I checked, doesn't it have to be like 32 or under, Mr. Producer? So maybe it'll start as snow, but it won't stay as snow, so there wouldn't be accumulation.

And then I looked at The Weather Channel, they're hedging their bets. Mr. Producer, what were you looking at? or something? And they -- they indicate 3 to 5 inches. So that's it. That's your global warming and your climate change. They they don't know what's gonna happen 5 hours from now.