GREEN BAY - There were trees down and power outages across the area after the storms Sunday night and Monday morning.
In Green Bay, a tree fell on Marvin Severson's home, 1309 Wiesner Street, putting a hole through the roof, with one of the limbs puncturing the kitchen ceiling.
"Well, I was sitting on the computer and crash!" said Severson.
Monday, he, his insurance company and contractors were racing Mother Nature.
"The first thing we're going to do is get the tree off and get the roof closed up because we're expecting more rain today yet even," he said.
It was a busy day for Dan Miller and his crew with Dan's Tree Service.
"The phone started ringing at 6:00 this morning. I think I got about 35 or 40 calls for trees on houses and downed trees, busted trees," said Miller. "I think we're on our 6th job this morning and it's not even noon yet."
WPS crews cleaned up a large silver maple on Erie Street in De Pere that fell on power lines and put the power out in the neighborhood.
YMCA's Camp Wabansi near Brussels is closed Monday because the power is out.
"We had to call about 113 families this morning to let them know we didn't have power," said camp director Heidi Krueger. "We couldn't use our restrooms or run our fans in this heat. So we decided it was not safe to have everyone here."
Single-digit temperatures and light snow are greeting Green Bay Packers fans at Lambeau Field.
A celebration at the nation's first school forest is sending Laona students back to their roots.
Several fire departments battling a shed fire in Abrams.
An armed robbery suspect sustained life-threatening injuries after being shot in Fond du Lac County.
First responders helped ring in the holidays at the 45th annual Howard-Suamico Christmas Parade.
Christmas is just two and half weeks away, and kids and families are getting into the holiday spirit.