And as he crossed over, there arose a sudden storm, for it was the month of Adar
in the winter time.
In the month of Adar when the feast of Purim was come, Yeshua came again unto Jerusalem.
Summary: Adar is the twelfth and final month of the Jewish calendar. It is a winter
month of 29 days, during which the holiday of Purim is celebrated (14th of Adar),
and preparations begin for the observation of Passover. During a leap year, the month
of Adar is repeated (Adar I and Adar II). In this situation, Purim falls during Adar
Adar I and II occur during February–March on the Gregorian calendar.