We have already had some pretty cold temperatures in Cleveland this winter.
But, do you remember this? It was 24 years ago today -- on January 19, 1994, that the all-time record coldest temperature was recorded in Cleveland: 20 degrees below zero.
It was a new all-time record low, set at just after 5:30 a.m. that day.
Some other spots including the Akron-Canton area recorded temperatures at 25 degrees below zero.
On that morning, our Andre Bernier did a weather experiment, which involved an orange, and also some pecan pie.
**See what happened in the video, above!**