This is a link to an old article from 2006. It has some interesting data, observations and comments that are relevant to this conversation.
Looks like nobody needs to move for awhile.
“The global sea level is currently rising at about 0.1 inch (2.8 millimeters) a year”.
“aside from the Antarctic Peninsula, the annual surface temperature over Antarctica as a whole has remained essentially the same for the past 50 years”
“They found that, like the temperature, the snowfall record showed no significant change.”
Parkinson, also of NASA’s Goddard Center, summed it up this way: “We’ve got a long way to go before we fully understand what’s going on here.”
This link is current information not coming from NASA.