It's not unusual to see snow in Wisconsin in April, or even May for that matter. However, it doesn't make it any easier.
"It's not fun," Clara Olson of West Bend said. "It's April. It should be like how it was on Monday."
West Bend and the surrounding areas had about 3 inches of snow. Not enough to impact the morning commute but enough to raise blood pressures for folks seeing their cars covered in snow.
"It took at least five minutes," Olson said. "Which doesn't seem like a long time, but when you're doing it, it's a long five minutes."
"All four seasons, that's why we live here," Denise Greenwald of St. Cloud said. "All four seasons in a couple of days, couple of hours sometimes."
Areas south saw some snow, but it was more about what they could hear this morning. Wind gusts over 45 mph in West Bend made it difficult to walk around without feeling the cold in your bones.
"It's windy," Wendy Vehanen of Waukesha said. "It's cold. It's invigorating."
"He's blocking the wind," Natalia Borgen of L'Anse, Michigan, said behind her husband.
"All four seasons, that's why we live here. All four seasons in a couple of days, couple of hours sometimes." — Denise Greenwald of St. Cloud
The Borgens are visiting Waukesha from the Upper Peninsula. So while this April weather may be jarring to some in Wisconsin, it's a respite for them.
"This is perfectly normal," Chad Borgen said. "We're from the Upper Peninsula, and it's much worse up there."