Snowpocalypse 2015 was such a big nothing in some areas, especially in New York City, that one weather forecaster even apologized.
So what's a network hyping a storm supposed to do? On Tuesday night's "Daily Show," Jon Stewart said they had some options.
"Acknowledge that conditions had changed. Ease up on the breathless hype. Focus your attention on New England, where it was actually really snowing," Stewart suggested. "Or desperately cling to the original narrative like dingleberries on a sheep's ass."
Stewart played clip after clip of reporters overreacting to small amounts of snow. However, he aimed his sharpest icicles at CNN, which sent Don Lemon out in a "Blizzardmobile."
"Blizzardmobile? Settle down, Batman, it’s a Ford Explorer,” Stewart said. Then, referring to some of the highly controversial statements Lemon has made on the air recently, Stewart showed an image of the CNN reporter working from a Dairy Queen truck.
"And by the way, with the way you’ve been reporting lately, you’re lucky you’re not in an actual ‘Blizzardmobile,’” Stewart said.
But the CNN "Blizzardmobile" gave Stewart an idea: Maybe the "Daily Show" can take it to the next level.
Stewart sent correspondent Jordan Klapper out in a car, a bicycle and a sled to to interview people about everything from Yemen to the Greek election.
Check it out in the clip above.