The forecast for the Packers' home game Sunday against the Dallas Cowboys is for rain and a high temperature of 57 degrees -- meaning Lambeau Field is more likely to feel like a rainforest than a Frozen Tundra.

The last time the Cowboys traveled to Green Bay for a December game the recorded game-time temperature was minus 13 degrees (minus 48 with the wind chill). That 1967 Packers victory is now known as the Ice Bowl, and it holds the record for the coldest outdoor game in NFL history.

As Packers ticket holders break out their rain jackets and hang up their winter parkas, let's revisit the Packers' five coldest ever games.

Nick Heynen was the online editor for the Wisconsin State Journal and managed the newspaper's social media accounts until 2018. A Maryland native transplanted to Wisconsin, he joined the paper in 2007 as data reporter.