March in our area is the snowiest month. We get huge storms, including one in the early 2000's that dropped 6-7' of snow on us (it's hard to measure when it gets that deep). That's a rarity but 3' is not.
We're starting to see the volatility of March here. We've had a lot of snow recently. It is beautiful when it's fresh, especially on a bluebird day.
It paints our world white. We are still in the grips of winter.
Then, a couple of days ago, it suddenly got much warmer - even melting the snow in some meadows. And, best of all, it led to a few intrepid mountain bluebirds flying up to our high elevation. They just visit at this time of year, perhaps getting ready to claim territories for breeding. They retreat to lower elevations when it's cold or snowy.
I am rejoicing after seeing my first bluebirds up here the other day!