March is cold in New Hampshire as early spring thaws the winter ice and snow. Day temperatures are a little warm in the 35°F (1.7°C) to 45°F (7.2°C), while the night temperatures plummet to the 15°F (-9.4°C) to 25°F (-3.9°C) range. March is rainy - the average precipitation in the state is 3" (76mm), while the snowfall easily accumulates to 15" (381mm). The weather is moody in spring - sunny days alternate between cloudy, rainy, and cold ones with a few rough ones adding to the mix. Do not expect everything hunky and dory in early spring -, while the days have warmer temperatures than the winter, fresh snow deposits regularly and even sunny days feel cold many times. Maple sugaring season starts as also the renewal of interest in fishing and kayaking with the thawing of snow. The roads and trails appear to be a combination of white, black, and brown, and the trees start to display shades of green. Wear layers of clothing while going outdoors!