Not exactly. I would like to see your data on your bold claim a "flipping asteroid" has more statistical potential than an increase in harsher storms, hazardous temperatures, and other side effects of ignoring the problem.
Scientists do not think they are God. Contrary to what the comics and movies you might enjoy. They're actually very boring people who lead very mundane lives that they, by their own accounts, are very exciting because they get to record and calculate data. They argue among themselves, usually respectfully with articulate precision and usually the rest concede to the one with the better argument. Not just because they like it, but because of the data and how it reflects their hypothesis(es) and they may possibly get funding to further their research.
It would be very ignorant to lump all scientists together just because meteorologists have been having issues predicting the weather when there appear to be many factors that might affect the accuracy of weather prediction. As I already pointed out, there was likely a percentage chance of snow fall. And while you might have read it to be 5 inches, that doesn't mean the 5 inch difference in the ten inches of snow you got is enough to convince most people that all of climate change is made up bullshit.