Well, no. Because that's just one part of the world. The rest of the world (including where I live) is warmer than average, as this graphic shows:
|Source:Climate denial Crock of the week|
It's the global or perhaps the regional averages which matter, and their average over time. The chart below shows a 60 month moving average of the global average anomaly. A 5 year average helps remove a lot of the random year-to-year variation. Short term cycles remain. And so does the longer term trend, which is glaringly obvious.