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Last March arrived like a lion – bringing first deadly tornadoes to southern Indiana and eastern Kentucky followed by the only substantial, school-closing snowfall of the winter in Shelby County – but that on gray skies and some light swirling snowflakes will ask the question of whether this will be a lion or a lamb.
“That’s a tough one,” National Weather Service meteorologist John Denman said. “It won’t be really stormy, but definitely cold and gray and unpleasant.”
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