Pundit Dick Morris has explained, sort of, why he thinks his election predictions were off.

Morris, who repeatedly predicted a Mitt Romney landslide, argues in a blog post that Hurricane Sandy dramatically altered the electoral landscape.

"Romney was, in fact, leading before Sandy and that his chances blew away in the storm with its famous bipartisan photo of Governor Chris Christie with Obama," Morris writes. "And there was no way to measure the impact of Sandy since there could not logistically be any polling. Why was I wrong? I’m a pollster, not a meteorologist!"