Remember when we were told that ever-ambiguous "Climate Change" (formally known as "Global Warming") was going to leave us with milder winters and a decrease in snow? Well, that narrative has caught a slight snag: the United States has seen a steady trend in increased snow.

"Milder winter temperatures will decrease heavy snowstorms but could cause an increase in freezing rain if average daily temperatures fluctuate about the freezing point," predicted the Intergovernmental Panel On Climate Change, in 2001.

WBAL-TV Chief Meteorologist Tom Tasselmyer reported an increase in snow cover over the last four Christmas holidays, up from 36% in 2014 to 49% in 2017.

New York meteorologist and Weather-Track, Inc. president Kevin Williams highlighted an even longer trend in snowier winters:

Moreover, Pennsylvania just broke a state record for snowfall. According to Cleveland, Ohio's National Weather Service, Erie shattered records with a total of 53 inches of snowfall in a 30-hour period. "This is the greatest 2-day total in the entire state of PA (prev. record 44" in Morgantown, PA 3/20-21/1958)."

But don't let the data fool you. Weather has nothing to do with climate, unless it fits the Left's narrative, you rube. This remains "settled science," and anyone who dares to question the climate gurus are heretics.