Some stuff many people don't know or think about is that "climate" is defined as a 30-year average of whatever parameters you want to include, e.g. temperature, precipitation etc. IPPC was founded in 1988 meaning that it is actually first now, this year, that there is one "climate" since the IPPC was founded. In 30 years we are going to have our first "climate change" since the IPPC was founded.
I know the dates of the "climate normal's" are not following my starting and ending points. Our last climate was from 1961 to 1990. Meaning in two years we are going to have our first climate change since 1961. But these dates are pretty "lucky" if you want to see a climate change to the warmer. Since from around 1961 to the 1980s we were in a relatively cold period. So in two years we are probably going to hear it again, that the climate is warming...
What this period 1961 - 1990 also "correlates" with is the dip in the Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation (AMO) http://www.euanmearns.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/hadamo.png (here plotted with the temp. index HadCRUT4)
What is interesting is that this AMO index explains alot and correlates very nicely with our temp. indexes.
And other of such oscillation indexes is the Pacific Decadal Oscillation (PDO) Which do have a higher frequency but do also explain alot of what is going on.
If you don't know about this stuff and is interested in the physics of recent climate change this is a good topic to dig into!