Our last below zero reading was a -1 degree temperature that occurred around 2:30 AM on March 5. The temperature was well above zero much of that night, but the sky cleared just after midnight, the temperature briefly dropped below zero, then the clouds moved back in and the temperature rose to nearly 10 degrees before most people headed to work or school. In other words, that below zero reading was hardly even noticed.
Yet, that -1 degree reading did push the seasonal total for days with a low below zero to an even 70 days. Those 70 days would rank the cold season of 2013-2014 as tied for the 14th highest such total on record. Although, another negative morning is certainly possible, historically after this point they tend to only occur with a deep snow cover, which we currently lack.
Therefore, with any luck, our next negative morning in Fargo Moorhead will be near November 28, which is the average date of our first below zero reading of our next cold season.