Last year our winter was so long that skiing lasted into July instead of the usual May. This year we haven't really had a winter, but the magic of correlations says we might:
There's strong historical evidence that Sacramento's dry February could be followed by a wet March.Let's hope for #24!
The National Weather Service noted on its website today that since 1878 in Sacramento there have been 25 months of February with an inch or less of rain.
The following March in 23 of those 25 cases was wetter than usual. The average March precipitation following the dry months of February was 2.54 inches, forecasters stated.