Yes, I poked around on there. Mostly it seems to deal with weather, changes from one year to another while climate, at least on Earth, is usually considered to be 30+ year trends. The orbit of Mars is much more variable then Earths which does lead to long term climate changes.
The number I've heard about Solar driven climate is about 30%, which considering that the Sun has been outputting less heat then usual, may help explain the slow down in warming. I do worry about what will happen when the Suns output goes above normal.
There's so much conflicting information about the Antarctic ice. Is it volume or just area? Is the increase in one area more then the decrease in a different area. How much has precipitation increased? Warmer weather often brings more precipitation and if it still below freezing, that increases the amount of snow. If it is rain, or more melt, that lowers the salinity of the surface or the ocean and raises the freezing point leading to more ice. I'm not qualified to judge.