The weather is expected to be mostly quiet the first week of March but there are a few hazards to monitor. Locally heavy rain and thunderstorms may produce flooding from the Arklatex to the Southeast early this week. Also, a strong cold front sweeping off the East Coast will result in very gusty winds across the Northeast and New England. Finally, an active trade wind pattern is likely in Hawaii.
Wind Advisories are in place across parts of New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland, New York, New Jersey, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Maine
In the absence of widespread and significantly hazardous weather advisories across the country, feel free to instead consider the below "March Weather Lore" sayings compiled by farmersalmanac.com:
- "If March comes in like a lion, it will go out like a lamb"
- "A dry March and a wet May? Fill barns and bays with corn and hay"
- "As it rains in March, so it rains in June"
- "March winds and April showers? Bring forth May flowers"
- "So many mists in March you see, so many frosts in May will be"
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