Climate is to weather as diet is to food.
You can have a hot or cold day (or even a season) and this does not constitute climate change. It is the long term change or a new "normal" that is the climate.
Similarly, you can eat a greasy hamburger a chips with a sugar soaked carbonated drink and this is food, not a diet. If you change your diet to eat this most of the time, then this is a change in diet.
In a brief search, there was a bit of talk of Climate change and the need to reduce the carbon diet. There was a good discussion of this on Slate http://www.slate.com/articles/technology/future_tense/2015/01/what_the_carbon_diet_metaphor_gets_wrong_about_climate_change.html
but this is not my point. Our global diet is totally out of whack and not fitting a single diet analogy.
A change in diet will not immediately or even directly solve your obesity.
My point is that you cant complain that it is cold today, so climate change is not a big issue. The global output of CO2 is way wrong and totally skewed towards developed western nations and those with coal. Reducing our global diet of co2 is not all of the answer, but considering our long term health is clearly one of the most important discussions we must have.
Maybe this will help.