Monday’s mid-day temperature of about minus-15°F put January 6, 2014 into the record books as one of the coldest days ever. At UW-Green Bay, staff photographer Eric Miller snapped a few shots of the cold, blue skies from inside the Cofrin Library. From some windows, the camera captured a frozen landscape and ice-covered bay. From windows that were in the shade, the view was all frost and artistry. We have a few recent snowscape photos, too, in our latest gallery of Winter 2013-14 on campus.
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