March 2020 was 5.5 degrees milder than average, becoming the eighth mildest March on record. By coincidence, this followed an eighth place ranking for February 2020. Only one day had a low of 32° or colder (a typical March has twelve such days), occurring on the first day of the month when the mercury fell to 25°. The month's warmest reading was 77° on 3/20. For the third month in a row precipitation was below average, but the 3.78" that was measured was the most of the three months. The year's rainiest and second rainiest days, so far, occurred on March 23 (1.19") and March 19 (0.93"). Like February, just a trace of snow was reported, only the second winter in which this occurred (the other winter was in 2002).
Here are previous March recaps: