- Scammer reportedly bribed Facebook employee to keep posts up 4 Years Ago
- The 1975’s singer criticized for ‘Islamophobic’ rant 4 Years Ago
- Ready to dish out $52K for Apple’s new Mac Pro? Today 3:03 PM
- N.K. Jemisin and Jamal Campbell discuss their new Green Lantern comic, ‘Far Sector’ Today 3:00 PM
- YouTube says it will be harsher on creators with ‘patterns of harassing behavior’ Today 1:15 PM
- Why one senator stopped a vote on net neutrality Today 12:49 PM
- Man reportedly denied refugee status after officials fail to forward email Today 12:09 PM
- ‘Jojo Rabbit’ star to lead Disney+ ‘Home Alone’ reboot Today 12:08 PM
- Beyoncé and Kelly Rowland were harassed by Jagged Edge as teens, Mathew Knowles says Today 11:52 AM
- White nationalist Nick Fuentes is upset MTV aired his white nationalist views Today 11:37 AM
- Juice WRLD had secret drug-littered Instagram, according to his ex-girlfriend Today 11:10 AM
- Jersey City suspect posted anti-Semitic, anti-police materials online Today 10:30 AM
- Novaruu was banned from Twitch for 3 days—and she can’t understand why Today 10:12 AM
- Pete Buttigieg swears he’s not in the CIA Today 9:28 AM
- Greta Thunberg named ‘Time’ 2019 person of the year Today 9:28 AM
We doubt any of these meteorologists could’ve predicted these on-screen gaffes this year.
How your weather report goes on any given night comes down to raw luck. Most of the time, it goes smoothly, but every so often there are technical difficulties, graphic errors, NSFW rain storms, geek-outs over thundersnow, pun-offs, and bored coworkers. Sometimes newscasters just lose their track of thought or have to entertain a cute dog. And the Internet remembers all these missteps in giant supercuts at the end of the year.
These weathermen and weatherwomen may have messed up, but they always press on. The weather still needs to be foretold.
Screengrab via NewsBeFunny/YouTube
Michelle Jaworski is a staff writer and the resident Game of Thrones expert at the Daily Dot. She covers entertainment, geek culture, and pop culture and has brought her knowledge to conventions like Con of Thrones. She is based in New Jersey.