From Sean Sublette with Climate Central: NOAA released its national monthly temperature analysis for March this morning.
The U.S. had its 9th warmest March on record. Year-to-date, the country is having its 2nd warmest year on record. Individual states are shown with their rankings. And you can find these at:
It was also the 10th wettest First Quarter (January-March) on record. Despite the relative dryness in the Southeast, the West has more than made up for the difference.