The unusually cold, snowy, and generally disruptive winter weather that gripped large portions of the United States in December 2013, January 2014, and February 2014, persisted into March 2014, but the severity waned a bit in March. While much colder-than-usual temperatures were present in six of the nine U.S. Census regions in early March, and several snowstorms hit the Midwest and eastern United States, fewer power outages and flight cancellations occurred nationwide than in a typical March — all of which suggests that weather will still be a factor in the March employment data, but not as big a factor as it was in the prior three months….

Labor Market Report Card