I love how when anti-global warming types point at a big snow storm or what-have-you and say 'look, global warming can't be real!' and the pro-global warming crowd points out, rightly, 'weather isn't climate'
Weather isn't climate.
You keep calling it "global warming" but the term of science presently in use is "climate change". Carbon emissions into the atmosphere, among other heat-trapping pollutants, are causing a slow oscillating rise to the global temperature and this change is causing weather patterns to shift, which shifting patterns includes storms that are more severe, including hurricanes, blizzards, typhoons, and droughts.
In other words, the scientists and the science-informed know quite well the difference between climate and weather and these people don't talk about "global warming" as the symptom of heat-trapping pollutants. They talk about climate change which covers severe snow storms as well as blistering droughts.