There is little trend evidence anywhere that climate is getting -- pick the world -- weirder, more extreme, out of whack, whatever. In particular, name any severe weather category you can imagine, and actual data in trend charts likely will not show any recent trend.
The reasons the average person on the street will swear you are a crazy denier for pointing such a thing out to them is that the media bombards them with news of nearly every 2+ sigma weather event, calling most of these relatively normal episodes as "the worst ever".
A great example is the California drought. Here is the rolling average 5-year precipitation chart for California. Find the worst drought "ever".
I know no one trusts anyone else's data in public debates, but you can make these charts yourself at the NOAA site, just go here: http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/cag/. The one record set was that 2013 had the lowest measured CA precipitation in the last century plus, so that was indeed a record bad year, but droughts are typically made up of multiple years of below average precipitation and by that measure the recent CA drought is the fourth or fifth worst.
By the way, Paul Homewood points out something that even surprised me and I try not to be susceptible to the mindless media bad news stampeded: California rainfall this year was close to normal. And, as you can see, there is pretty much no trend over the last century plus in California rainfall:
As discussed previously, let's add the proviso that rainfall is not necessarily the best metric of drought. The Palmer drought index looks at moisture in soil and takes into account other factors like temperature and evaporation, and by that metric this CA drought is closer to the worst of the century, though certainly not what one would call unprecedented. Also, there is a worsening trend in the Palmer data.
Update: By the way, the fact that two measures of drought give us two different answers on the relative severity of the drought and on the trend in droughts is typical. It makes a mockery of the pretense to certainty on these topics in the media. Fortunately, I am not so invested in the whole thing that I can't include data that doesn't support my thesis.