ST. CLOUD - You woke-up to another cold morning in Central Minnesota.  This is the 62nd day this winter that we've had a low temperature below zero in St. Cloud.

We are now 10th in that category. The winter of 1947-48 also had 61 days with below zero temps.

With the forecast calling for below zero temperatures on Monday, we should continue to move up on the list.

The most days that we've ever had below zero in one season was 69 days, which happened twice in the 1964-65 winter and again in the 1978-79 winter.

Top 10 List:
#1) 69 days in 1964-65 & 1978-79
#3) 68 days in 1977-78
#4) 67 days in 1942-43 & 1955-56
#6) 65 days in 1898-99
#7) 64 days in 1916-17
#8) 62 days in 1935-36 & 1950-51
#10) 61 days in 1947-48