No it isn’t!
The good news is it’s unlikely we’ll be seeing temperatures in the single digits for a sustained period. Certainly we’ve seen our share of snow storms in March and April, so that would not be unusual. Overall, our weather pattern is becoming more springlike with more rain events likely and temperatures closer to normal levels as we head toward the first day of spring, which is Wednesday, March 20th at 558pm. The length of night and day are equal as the sun crosses the equator directly overhead on its way north.
It just so happens, there’s a full moon and a supermoon occurring on that day as well.
Also, I included a drought monitor map. If you recall, California was under severe drought conditions just two years ago. Mother nature usually finds ways to even things out.