Last March, we had five days with highs in the 80s. It was the warmest March in the history of Fort Wayne. This March has been a little different.
So far, we’ve had only two days in the 50s and not one single day in the 60s. On top of that, we’ve had more than a foot of snow this month, and that total will grow today. Neither March has been normal, but putting your finger on a normal March is difficult. Perhaps more than any other month, the weather can do anything it wants. One year it’s constant heat, the next a deep freeze.
Weather wise: Coming into today, we have had only two Marches with more snow than this one: 1964 had 19.5 inches of snow, and 1984 had 13.3 inches.