February was the month nobody wanted, and so far March has been the month nobody asked for in Minnesota — at least when it comes to the winter weather.

If you are a homeowner, you're probably wondering what you're going to do with all the snow that fell this weekend. At least it fit nicely with the "it always snows during the boys' hockey state tournament" tradition.

If you're the Minnesota Twins, you have plenty of space for the snow at Target Field. The problem is that in less than three weeks, you're supposed to play a baseball game there against Cleveland.

The good news? Things can change in a hurry in March, and it will probably at least be in the mid-40s when the Twins try to play at the end of the month.

And if they can't? At least the Twins are slated to hit the road after that three-game series and won't be back at Target Field until April 12 against Detroit.

Read Michael Rand's blog at startribune.com/randball. michael.rand@startribune.com.