Here in KY, we saw quite a bit of damage from that severe storm outbreak that ushered in the month of March. Record breaking warmth carried us through the week leading up to that.
This week, polar opposite. Lows in the teens, daffodils screaming for mercy, fruit trees being damaged, tracking possible snow events. Nature always keeps a balance.
As for what spring will hold, I'm expecting an uptick in severe. The midwest has been very quiet for the last few years due to El Nino dominating. That's led to cool, wet summers with few tornadoes, and cold, snowy winters. Well, now we're headed the other direction with weak La Nina conditions present and a true war between cold air and warm air already setting up in the Ohio Valley region. Things in this part of the world are about to get interesting.