January 11, 2011 by USA Post 

CHANNEL 5 BOSTON, Meteorologists, based in Boston had a shaky start this winter misses the first significant snowfall of the season. We have been lulled into a false sense of security when forecasters predicted snowstorm was going to sea and we could get a dusting, if any. To our surprise, we woke up Monday morning to more than a dusting of snow and as the day progressed, the deteriorating conditions on the South Shore, more than eight inches of snow piled up. This gaffe forecast to wonder which is the most trusted meteorologist was in the Boston area. The survey revealed that it was Harvey Leonardo WVCB, Channel 5, with 19.4 percent of the vote. Barry Burbank WBZ was second (13.9 percent), followed by Pete Bouchard of Channel 7. 25 Kevin Fox Lemanowicz finished fourth with 5.5 percent. Interestingly, the other choices in the poll and received votes. In fact, 13.9 percent chose “other sources not included in the survey” and a whopping 28 percent said they did not trust anyone. Predicting the weather is indeed a concert difficult in New England.

Most recently, a survey was posted on the blog get readers’ comments on what should get the U.S. Congress; the shoe looks like Massachusetts to redistricting after the 2010 Census of the United States. There are currently 10 member of Congress from Massachusetts, and this number will decrease to nine. Longtime Congressman Barney Frank was the overwhelming favorite to lose his seat with 66.7 percent of the vote. William Keating, newly elected to represent the 10th Congressional District, was second with 23.5 percent of the vote. Clearly these two were the best choices by readers.

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