Neither will the rest of us in 50 years. Don't count on that. The energy from the sun is a much bigger contributor to Earth's climate than human-caused warming. The big danger is not in it getting too warm, but in the climate getting screwed up, causing global cooling. It wouldn't take that many extra days of snow per year to cause a long-term shift.
Actually not true, there will always be some snow in winter. Just not as much as we are used to. Climate change will probably make ski resorts a bad future investment. Beachfront property in central Florida is a better long-term bet....
Of course the sun is the main weather engine, no matter what people do. That's why I said climate change
, not just climate warming. But the ecosystems we are used to only exist in a narrow climate window. Overall, the dry places are getting drier and the wet places are getting more rain. The biggest changes we are seeing already are in the extremes-- the arctic and the tropics--where a degree or two makes all the difference.
Climate maps are shifting-- we may be the last human generation to experience all of the Koppen climate regions. Enjoy those colors while you can.http://www.uwmc.uwc.edu/geography/100/koppen_web/koppen_map.htm