Early December and the weather is in the 60s. Tomorrow the 70's.
Are mild winters like last year's and the seemingly increasing numbers of violent storms indications that warnings of global climate change are correct? Not necessarily. These are short term weather variances in one geographic area while climate is longer term and global climate is, well, global. It's not those of us experiencing weather changes, but the climate scientists who look at all the data and draw their conclusions about global climate change. An overwhelming number believe that it is changing and that this change has been especially drastic since the Industrial Revolution. They could be wrong, and I hope they are but they're probably not. Industrialization in the US and everywhere else is not going to be reversed, so I have no idea how this trend would be corrected.