1. Remember those sinkholes that started appearing in Siberia? Scientists might have figured out what caused them:

Air samples taken at the bottom of one of the craters that have recently appeared in Siberia seem to support fears that the hole was formed by methane released from melting permafrost. If so this is very bad news for the planet's future, indicating frighteningly high emissions of the powerful greenhouse gas.

That kind of melting would not be possible after a single hot summer. This would be the result of decades of rising temperatures.

2. Phys.org says:

New research has found rapid warming of the Atlantic Ocean, likely caused by global warming, has turbocharged Pacific Equatorial trade winds. Currently the winds are at a level never before seen on observed records, which extend back to the 1860s.

But it snowed somewhere on Earth last winter, so climate change isn't real.