Hundreds of countries signed an extension to the Kyoto protocol – it will annoy and steal from Europe and others (while bringing no benefits whatsoever) – until the year 2020.
Nature has seen how well-behaved all of us have been and it immediately rewarded us with a continental snowfall which replaced the temperatures going up to –30 °C at various places of Czechia (and Switzerland and other countries) in recent days.
For example, we think of Croatia as one of the Czech tourists' most typical summer destinations. It's warm over there because the Forefather Croat wasn't as lazy and stupid as Forefather Czech when he was walking to the South with his entourage. There's been no Forefather Croat but I hope you don't care because they do have some version of the Czech-Lech[-Rus] legend, too. ;-)
Zagreb accumulated 40 centimeters of snow today, the maximum since 1955.
In Pilsen, we received something like 10 cm of snow which is not overwhelming but the it's no longer a symbolic coating full of holes. Solid layers of snow may be found everywhere, cars are "raking" through it, and so on. Seven Czechs died today because of the snowfall.
Of course, there's nothing unusual about snow on December 9th. Nevertheless, when you compare various predictions such as Snowfalls are now just a thing of the past in 2000 with the reality of recent 10 years, you must agree that those predictions have already failed miserably.
Snow in Europe today, with some relaxing music
There are many new things happening in the world – and many processes and events are bad and becoming worse – but the weather isn't one of them. It's doing what it's been doing for millions or billions of years.