We've had a more-or-less normal 24 hours in January, with temperatures between -1°C and -11°C—bog standard.
That said, we've also had the latest sub-freezing high temperature ever (January 1st), which ended the longest-ever stretch without sub-freezing high temperatures (310 days); the second-most days in a calendar year without a sub-freezing high temperature (354); and the fourth-longest stretch without 25 mm of cumulative snow (through January 5th). More records: the longest period ever without a 25 mm snowfall (325 days, still going); the longest period ever with less than 25 mm of snow on the ground (323 days, still going); and by Thursday, given the forecast, the latest-ever 25 mm-or-greater snowfall (last broken on 17 January 1899).
Meanwhile, it snowed in Jerusalem last week, an event as common as...well, snow in Los Angeles.
Now, with more extreme weather in more places, the *New!* *Improved!* Anthropogenic Climate Change! Yay!