FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT) — March is in the rear view mirror and it turned out to be a soggy month.
In the first two weeks of March, temperatures were mostly above average.
Highs ranged from the lower 50s to the middle 60s.
With warm air in place, the majority of the precipitation fell as rain across the region.
The first half of the month brought a little over an inch of rain to Fort Wayne.
Snow did make an appearance in March.
It looked like a winter wonderland when many woke up on the morning of March 23.
Snowfall totals ranged from an inch to a little over 3 inches.
The snow was short-lived and it melted within 24 hours.
The last weekend of the month ended with a round of strong to severe thunderstorms.
Area-wide precipitation totals ranged from a half an inch to over two inches.
Fort Wayne, ended up with 3.23 inches of rainfall which is a little over a half an inch above average.
Snowfall was 2.20 inches below average for the month.
Fort Wayne only saw 1.90 inches of snow.
According to the Climate Prediction Center, April will yield a 33 percent chance of above average precipitation and a 40 percent chance of above average temperatures.