Summers are known for pleasant weather. Spring is known for wind, heavy snow, floods and tornadoes. Winter brings blizzards, snow, wind and bitter cold.
During the warm years of the 1990s, the weather was mild. Now that the Earth is starting to cool off, we are seeing more floods and heavy snowstorms.
The climate science community seems to be running about ten years behind the times, blaming the recent snow and floods on weather which happened a decade ago. Winter temperatures in the US, and much of the rest of the northern hemisphere, have been plummeting over the last decade – at a rate of 41 degrees per century. It is time for climate scientists to adjust their thinking to the current millennium.