GREEN BAY - Snow started falling in and around Green Bay around 11:00 Tuesday morning, and didn't take a break.
Many people say this weather is depressing, but they also say this is Wisconsin, so they weren't surprised.
"It's sad," said Briah McVey, a UWGB freshman from Chilton. "It's so cold and slushy!"
While the snow falls at UWGB, memories of Spring break, which was just last week, seem so long ago.
"I wish I was back in Panama City Beach," said Hannah Orr, a junior from Waupaca.
Wherever students spent Spring Break, the weather seemed to be better.
"We all want summer," said Brianna Bartoszewski, a UWGB freshman who spent last week at home in Port Washington.
"I feel like we're still trying to adjust," said UWGB sophomore Kimberly Zachary, "But definitely some hot chocolate is in the need, reminiscing of the beach is basically what we're doing."
Warming up with a cup of coffee or soup is exactly what some people did, on or off campus.
"I think it doesn't look at all like March 22nd and I'm starting to regret living in Wisconsin even though I've lived here all my life," said Jennifer Hanson of Brussels.
While some have Spring break behind them, Jennifer Hanson and her family have Spring break to look forward to.
Hanson is one of the few people you'll find in Wisconsin wearing flip flops so she doesn't ruin her freshly painted toes.
"We're leaving the lovely weather of Wisconsin to go to Florida next week," explained Hanson while enjoying a meal at Cheesecake Heaven with her family. "So we had to be ready to go but we just picked a bad day."
A day of snow, that is turned into an evening of snow, that will turn into work, that seems to never end.
"You always think at this time of year every time that it snows you start thinking: Will this be the last time I have to shovel? Will this be the last time I have to plow the driveway? And then it seems like it never is! i know it's going to stop sometime but it sure doesn't seem like it at this point!" said Hanson with a smile.
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