The National Weather Service Has A Hidden Message For Congress

Very cheeky, NWS.

Large chunks of the National Weather Service–the group of scientists partially responsible for predicting extreme weather events, among many other important weather-related duties–are still working despite the government shutdown debacle. They’re just doing it without that whole “pay” detail. Upsetting. ABC affiliate station meteorologist Mike Masco apparently found a hidden message to Congress, venting that frustration, buried in some standard weather alerts. (You can see the alert here. As of writing, it’s still there. Scroll down a bit.)

Ha! Clever.

But seriously. They need to get paid.