That was not very exciting. The main factors giving us cold in the North are the ending of the North Pacific current and the Gulf Stream, since 2016. That's bad enough, but I have been watching both the Atlantic and Pacific equatorial belts.
Sad to say, the Pacific belt is recovering back to full strength.
Although it still looks bad with the temperature anomaly, the cold feed has shifted.
The cold water from the Antarctic is starting to veer away, and is no longer at the source. Just 2 weeks ago, the whole belt current looked like it was disintegrating. In another 2 weeks we won't even know there was a problem.
So, it looks like we are going into a minor ice age of the usual 20-40 years, and not the big one. Things could still change.