Reason for the season(s)
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Folklore tells us that March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb. While March is meteorologically a spring month, here in New England and other mid-latitude locations throughout America, it is still cold and snowy when it commences and much milder and rainy at month’s end. Hence the comparison to the ferocity of a lion and the tranquility of a lamb. However, this explanation, attributed to the early American colonists, is not globally applicable.     We must turn to astronomy for a more inclusive answer. It’s really quite simple. When March begins, the constellation Leo

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