Before the weekend started, we were approaching the top of one impressive list this winter.
And now that we've seen two more days this past weekend with below-zero readings, we're almost up in the top three all-time on that list.
That list is the most number of days with below-zero readings in a single winter.
With this past weekend in the books, we've seen 44 days with a sub-zero temperature recorded.
One more day like that and we'll enter a three-way tie for second. That will put us just three days shy of the all-time record, which was the winter 1976-1977.
But our temperatures are swinging the other way now, as Tuesday we're going to reach 34. That would be our first time above freezing since January 13, a streak of 35 straight days.
That streak is the 9th longest on record in Green Bay, though still well off the record of 52 straight days set in 1979.