You are not alone - though transport here in southern Sweden is mostly running. Rome just had snow and was it minus 8? New York reached mid twenties C'. The northernmost tip of Greenland, in the arctic, had 61 continuous hours above freezing point, reaching plus 6 C'! But as Tronald Dump said, climate change is just a Chinese hoax, hehe. Year righty!
I have been out in the garden feeding the birds, surprising what you can see in a small urban garden, I had the beautiful Grey Wagtail, normally a bird of fast flowing streams and Fieldfares, a big wintering thrush from Scandinavia, a Blackcap, probably a winter visitor from Germany, and others. Quite a cosmopolitan little gathering. If I was visiting anywhere I go somewhere warm. Its snowing hard again now, spring and insects here seem far away, its been a hell of a long northern winter.
It's been a strange winter here. In December, it was -15 to -25 C for about 2 weeks. Mostly warmer since then, with a lot of up and down, sometimes VERY warm (i.e. about 10-15 C at times). Large amounts of snow, then melting, then returning, over and over. Last week there was very heavy rain, causing a lot of flooding. This week is pleasant for a change. I'm more than ready for spring!
I agree Nomad,it has been a long Winter, and a cold one for recent years.With the recent snow it was nice to see so many people out on foot and not so many cars on the road for a change.All back to normal now though.