APPLETON - Dark clouds rolled into the Fox Valley late Monday afternoon.
Downpours, like the one we captured while traveling on the 441 Bridge over Little Lake Butte Des Mortes came up quickly, as well as the hail.
"Almost golf ball size hail coming down like crazy, out of nowhere," explained worker Jesse Rath.
Construction crews in Appleton that were caught out in the middle of it say it was a good thing they had their hard hats.
"A lot of rain and a lot of hail," said worker Jay Rodman.
Storms moved across the area throughout the afternoon. More than 130 pictures came in through Report It.
A picture from Alyssa in Appleton showed the quarter size hail that fell during the storm. A few miles north in Shiocton, Kaitlyn showed the hail piling up on the patio furniture.
But as you headed toward the lakeshore, the storms produced tornado warnings for Calumet and Manitowoc Counties.
You could see the menacing clouds captured by Krista as the storm rolled into Brillion.
Luckily, the storms didn't cause too much damage. And all in all, residents took it in stride.
"What can you say, better than snow," Rodman said.
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