So a lot of global warming skeptics are using this crazy huge blizzard to denounce global warming. However, every climate model shows that as a result of global warming, winter weather will be more intense and more severe. Every report I've read, from the NOAA service report, to the local paper, to the New York times keeps using the word "rare." This is a "rare storm" a "huge storm" and its "unusual that a storm affects this much of the country." Anyone remember Hurricane Katrina? A "rare, powerful storm." Now we get a huge winter storm. In fact... we've gotten a few huge storms. In the Day After Tomorrow, two storms about this size collided and made a horrible one... now we won't get to like -100 anytime soon, but how likely is it more and more of these storms will happen over the years?