The calendar may say spring but Mother Nature says not so fast.
The forecast for Wednesday, the first day of spring, is quite winter-like -- windy with flurries and temperatures in the 20s. And it's not going to get a whole lot warmer any time soon.
The extended forecast calls for temperatures to reach the freezing mark Thursday and only into the low to mid 30s for the weekend and through most of next week.
In case you're wondering, the average high for March 20 in Sturgeon Bay is 40 degrees.
The record high for March 20 is 63 degrees, set in 1921. The record low came in 1965 when the mercury bottomed out at minus-4.
If you're looking for some positive news, the days continue to get longer. There's now more daylight than darkness, with the sun rising Wednesday at 6:52 a.m. and setting at 7:02 p.m.