"We doin' Spring by faith and not by sight this year y'all..." Some people just won't let Mother Nature destroy their Spring plans here in Wisconsin!
(Thanks to Peyton O'Donnell for sending this in from Walworth!)
Shoveling can be hard when you have the arms of a T-REX. (Video sent in by Beth Dums of Mukwonago.)
WEATHER SHAMING: Renee Graber shared these two photos of her uncles and says "The first is my Uncle Rich (Rich Graber) who lives in Gilbert, Arizona, pretending to be cold in the gorgeous Arizona weather. The second is my Uncle Pete (Pete Graber) who lives in Greendale, Wisconsin, pretending to actually enjoy this nasty Wisconsin weather. A Tale of Two Brothers! Both pictures were taken today (Sunday)."
Keeping up with the Wisconsin seasons... baseball season. Go Brewers!
Having a blast pushing cars out of snow!
A longer winter means more time to perfect your snowman.
This dog is tired of shivering in the snow!
The snow isn't stopping Dan Bablitch in Lake Mills."It's still baseball season!"
This is how we snowplow in April!
CANNONBALL! This is how one Appleton man is trying to spread a little cheer during this gloomy Spring in Wisconsin.
(Shoutout to Brian Van Boxtel for sharing this video with our sister station, NBC26, in Green Bay!)
24 HOURS CAN MAKE ALL THE DIFFERENCE! These two photos are from the front door of a Tigerton, Wisconsin home. The photos were taken Saturday and Sunday. The Shawano County Sheriff's Office posted this on their Facebook page.
SPOTTED IN WAUSAU: Some people's wardrobe will always go with the date on the calendar -- not with what mother nature actually gives them.
SNOW WON'T STOP TIKI TIME! Lindsay Wietzke of Beaver Dam sent us this photo of this backyard bar that is still being put to good use.
It's still baseball season even with snow on the ground. Play ball!
You can't fight Mother Nature, so might as well enjoy a "cold brew" out in the cold! Photo by Trevor Topel of Cambridge, Wisconsin.
When you've put away all your Winter clothes -- but still want to make a snow angel!
Apparently, snowmen are also getting sick of the snow in Shorewood! Lorin Gibson Rienz sent this photo of her daughter, Mia, posing for a picture over the weekend.
It's not often you can make a snowman during the NBA playoffs! Here's Jonah's Milwaukee Bucks' snowman he created over the weekend.
Mother Nature can't stop grilling season! Here is a photo of Trevor Schrauth from Fond du Lac.
"When you get snorkel gear and a sprinkler for your April birthday but live in Wisconsin."
It might be months until our next snowfall -- so might as well make one last snowman! Lori Pearson sent this photo in of a 6 foot tall snowman her family made in Elkhorn.
The Germantown Police Department had some fun with this snow! They posted a picture of a snowman they made on their Facebook page.
Two snow persons enjoying a nice spring day together in downtown Milwaukee. (Photo by: Selzer-Ornst)
If you make enough signs, maybe Mother Nature will listen? This photo was taken in downtown Menomonee Falls -- by Sal's Pub and Grill.
NEIGHBORS HELPING NEIGHBORS! Viewer, Tom Dempsey, sent this into our newsroom. He says one of Milwaukee's snowplow drivers went above and beyond to help get his son's car unstuck instead of just plowing his car in.
Snowstorms give opportunity for amazing photos! Aliyah Chambliss took this photo by the Reef Point Marina in Racine.
This photo was taken in Oconto Falls, Wisconsin -- roughly 30 miles north of Green Bay. Viewer, Jammey G Leisgang, took the photo and says 17.5 inches of snow were on the ground at the time.
Spring time in Wauwatosa! At least the dog loves it!
Elizabeth Findley sent us this picture from Delafield. She says the birds were not bothered by the snowstorm. Elizabeth says she had finches, chickadees thrushes, a yellow-rumped warbler, and nuthatches stop by her home.