Mlive just shared the latest numbers released by the National Weather Service:
*Detroit's average winter temperature this season (20.9) marked the coldest winter since 1977-78 and the eighth coldest all-time (18.8 in 1903-04 is the coldest).
*Detroit's winter snowfall of 90.7" is the second highest of all-time and is more than twice the seasonal normal (42.5"). The largest amount of snowfall on record for the area is 93.6" during the 1880-81 season.
*Detroit's 13 days of below-zero temperatures this winter are the most days below-zero since there was 15 during the 1983-84 season. The current mark ties for seventh all-time; the record is 21 below-zero days during the 1884-85 season. The average below-zero days in a season for Metro Detroit is 3.6.