Could Dearth of Solar Flares Cause Excessively Cold & Powerful Arctic Blasts as Those in Summer Cause Warming?

Of course increased solar activity can happen any time of year, so could this massive polar flow of air on the U. S. be due to less-than-usual solar flare activity, less heat, for colder and thereby more powerful Arctic blasts these days? Naturally, increased solar flare activity can cause “global warming” for summer heat too, that heated atmosphere though for greater evaporation off the ocean which provides shade and rain to then cool it down.