Yes, following on from yesterday's icy post, isn't the weather a bit queer in the northern hemisphere?
Gosia reports from Poland that there has been little snow there. Walt and Ken similarly have had little snow. Marie in London managed to find a pond partly frozen over in outer London. So The Thames is not freezing over this year? It has been a long time. John Gray of Wales complains of biting cold winds and rain, but not snow. Gattina complains about the constant rain but it is not very cold in Belgium. The Tyne River where R grew up used to freeze, but it doesn't now. Strayer in north western America moans on about the rain, but not snow.
But even here in Victoria, way down south in Australia, our summer has been delightfully cool. The 2016 summer has seen no multiple days of 40 degrees, let alone one day, and we are already two thirds through February. It can still be hot in March though. Perhaps it will be a late summer. Easter in southern Australia can be very cold or very hot, or sometimes very wet.
All very odd, but of course nothing to do with global warming.