March: the almond trees in bloom and boys in love.
The union of a series of meteorological factors, such as Siberian winds, strong Atlantic storms and a pocket of cold air in the Canary Islands has led to the formation of a powerful storm that has destroyed all the Cabañuelas forecasts as applied to the Serrania of Ronda.
Fortunately, the falling rain and the storms that will follow this one will be fundamentally important for our fields and springs before the hard summer arrives.
After the first ten days of March once these storms have passed, the weather will tend to stabilise and temperatures recover, and producing the eruption of life that is the spring, and then, as befits March, days of certain instability will follow with light rains that will let up towards the end of the month. This means a slightly unsettled Easter week with light rain if it rains at all.
Image: Cloud and Weather Study by Thomas Forster, taken from The Weather Experiment by Peter Moore (Vintage Books, 2015).