A wild February, but what about March?
That is what a normal March brings. What will actually happen this year? Well, it's impossible to say with complete certainty, but the latest information from NOAA's Climate Prediction Center indicates that all of northern Indiana and southern Michigan has a slightly elevated chance of seeing both above normal precipitation and above normal temperatures overall. Does that mean we won't see cold days? Not necessarily. It simply means the pattern is setting up to favor more days with above average temperatures overall. And, in terms of the outlook featuring above normal precipitation, that does not mean all rain or all snow. The precipitation outlook encompasses all types of precipitation.
Overall, if you aren't a fan of extreme cold and heavy snow, you are pretty much in luck for the third month of the year!