In businesses of all sorts, we strive to enforce accountability. Public companies require that their boards hold executive feet to the fire when the stock drops. The Better Business Bureau polices companies so ensure they are accountability for the promises they make to consumers.

But what about weathermen? How could we keep weather forecasters accountable? They seem like the least accountable at all. When was the last time a weatherman was fired because their forecasts weren't accurate enough?

Seems like there are a few sites trying to help, but this is more of a cultural problem, I'd say.