Old timer sayings often are related to the weather. One familiar one is "In like a lion, out like a lamb." It means that if March begins with bad weather, it will end with good weather. That also means that if March comes in like a lamb (good weather), it will go out like a lion (bad weather). Let us see if that is what happens in our cities.

**List temperatures in both Fahrenheit and Celsius.
City
March 1
Temperature
F/C
March 1
Precipitation
March 31
Temperature
F/C
March 31
Precipitation
Lion/Lamb? OR
Lamb/Lion OR
Neither
Sample:
25F -3.89C
1" Snow



Fayetteville, AR





Arvada, CO





Palos Verdes, CA
68F 20C
None


Lamb
Newton, MA





Lambertville, MI





North Bend, NE
33F or 1C
None
91F 32.7C
None
Lamb/A warm lamb!
Galloway Twp, NJ





Gettysburg, PA
53F or 11.6C
None
47F or 8.3C
None
Lamb/Lamb
Setubal, Portugal





Long Island, NY
43� F & 6� C
30% Chance of Showers


In like a lion and out like a ?
Regina,Sask.Canada
19F & -7 C
5 cm.snow


Lamb
Indianapolis, IN
67F
sunny and warm


Lamb on the !st. Lion on the 2nd
Jacksonville, NC
81F & 27C
None
72F & 22C
Rainy & Stormy
Lamb on the 1st
Lion on the 31st