Today, December 26th, was the 30th day in a row with snow observed (a trace or more within the 24 hour period) at the National Weather Service office in Negaunee. The unbroken streak began on November 27th, which was also Thanksgiving Day.
Furthermore, this was the 18th day in a row of measurable snow (equal to or greater than one tenth of an inch).
In case you are wondering, Thanksgiving Day was NOT the first day where snow was received or measured here at the NWS in Neguanee. This year's snowfall began in earnest back on November 8th, with only 3 days since then not bringing at least a trace, and only 8 days without measurable snow.
To answer the question on everyone's minds: Yes, our snowfall is thus far above normal for the season, but only time will tell what the season will bring overall!