Fox New's Britt Hume apparently saved time when doing his prep work by not bothering to fact check his commentary. Not to mention Toronto had it's first snowless Novenber in 162 years and Syracuse NY just set a record of 182 days between snowfalls.
Scientists overwhelmingly reject the idea that recent temperatures are any indication that global warming is slowing or does not exist. In an October 26 article headlined, "AP IMPACT: Statisticians reject global cooling," the Associate Press reported: "The recent Internet chatter about cooling led NOAA's climate data center to re-examine its temperature data. It found no cooling trend." The article quoted Deke Arndt, National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration climate monitoring chief, saying, "The last 10 years are the warmest 10-year period of the modern record. ... Even if you analyze the trend during that 10 years, the trend is actually positive, which means warming." Media Matters for America has also documented that others, including scientists from the U.K. Met Office Hadley Center, the WMO, and NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies, have debunked claims that temperature variation since 1998 proves that global warming has stopped or reversed.
The Center for Public Integrity takes a look at the sources for funding for the ongoing misinformation campaign.