Cooler and more overcast day here in NW Indiana. Current temp is around 60F as opposed to the 80F degree days of the past week. Current average high for this time of year is 47F.
To really put things in perspective this region gets, on average, one 80F March day every 14 years. This year we had 7 in a row.
It doesn't take a probability expert to work out that this is something very, very unusual. I suspect that the only reason the media are not making more of this is because they are too mathematically challenged to understand the significance.