There's no month more fickle than March.
It signals the official start of spring. It gives us temperatures into the 80s.
It also gives us major snowstorms.
Forecasters agree that there's nothing on the horizon at the present time to indicate any major snowstorms occurring this year.
But two of the most paralyzing blizzards in history have occurred in March.
March 12-13, 1993 brought us the "Storm of the Century," with dumped over two feet of snow locally and 42 inches of snow in Tobyhanna.