March 2014 was drier than normal over most of the state while temperatures were close to normal.

March began like a lion with a potent, moisture rich storm, complete with rain, snow and strong winds on the 1st and 2nd. A weak dislturbance dropped light snow on the northern mountains on the 5th. A little stronger storm brought light to moderate snow to the north on the 7th and 8th. A powerful cold front kicked up plenty of dust on the evening of the 11th but not precipitation fell. A more moist system dropped widespread light to moderate precipitation on the 13th through 14th. Strong winds and only a little precipitation was noted on the 17th and 18th. Mostly dry and mild weather followed through the 21st. Strong winds were noted on the 22nd with a little snow in the northern mountains and northeast early on the 23rd. A more vigorous storm brought some much needed precipitation to the state on the 25th and 26th, along with strong winds. Another storm brought little precipitation but high winds on the 30th. 


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