Critics question whether the public should trust forecasts.
“Experts from the National Weather Service knew on Monday that there would be less snow than feared,” says The Daily Mail.
Forecasts had called for up to 18 inches of snow, but as of Tuesday afternoon, Central Park was covered with little more than seven inches of snow.
Meteorologists said adjusting forecasts would lead people to think storm wasn’t dangerous
In the meantime, more than 8,000 flights were cancelled and officials declared a state of emergency in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Maryland.
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