Source here. Overall decade-long global cooling trend has not abated. Both the U.S. and the world are definitely not experiencing global warming, in any sense of the concept. The case for AGW is without merit as temperatures have done exactly the opposite of what IPCC experts and climate models predicted a decade ago. (click on image to enlarge)
In the case of U.S. cooling, it has generally been happening since 1998 when a peak in temperatures was reached. If the trend for the U.S. were to continue (trends are not predictions), temperatures would drop some 10.0 degrees over a 100 year span - that's global cooling on steroids, which (we hope) is not likely to happen. (Incorrect temperature trend of -11.03C was corrected to -10.3C, 1-23-10.)
Additional current temp charts here.
Historical temp charts here.
Updated: Chart was mis-labeled. Actually 11-years ending 2009, not 12-years.