According to proverb, if March comes in like a lion, how will it go out?
-Like a cheetah
-Like a lamb
-Like a tiger
-Like a turtle
The basis for most weather folklore is observations. While some are nothing more than rhymes or beliefs passed down through generations, many turn out to be accurate. At a time when people believed spirits, both good and bad, controlled weather, they tended to include ideas in their belief systems that weather and life should balance.
Thus, if a month began with bad weather, it “roared like a lion.” If by the end of the month the weather patterns calmed, the month ended docile, like a lamb. With March’s weather patterns varying from late-season snowstorms to warming spring temperatures, it is easy to understand the lion-to-lamb comparison. Source: FarmersAlmanac.com
Like a lamb
In Christianity, the lamb represents Christ as both suffering and triumphant; it is typically a sacrificial animal, and may also symbolize gentleness, innocence, and purity.