Tigger, please pay attention when we post NUMEROUS links to explain why your “logic” does not square with the facts.Here’s the bottom line: We ARE getting less cold weather overall. Here’s proof, in terms of decreasing number of “really cold” days relative to different cities:http://www.climatecentral.org/news/extreme-cold-events-in-a-climate-context-16931#citiesAs for snow: A warming climate means warmer air on average. Warmer air can hold more moisture. That means:1. Fewer snow days, because there are fewer days cold enough to snow, but2. More snow when it does fall, because the air is moister, meaning there is more water to become snow.This is exactly what we got this year. No one year is sufficient evidence, of course, but this is the trend overall in any case.