Winter left a large blanket of snow on Northeast Wisconsin in 2011. And the winter storms stuck around for a while.
From Valentine's Day on, the Green Bay area received nearly 50 inches of snow. That's as much as the totals for some winters.
One of the bigger storms came soon after Valentine's Day. Winter Storm Dana dropped nearly 14 inches of snow.
Dana created some slick roads in Outagamie County.
"The tires can't tread it. And then when you go to break, that's the problem," said Tracy Baker, stuck in winter storm.
Farther south, Dana's snow caused part of a roof at the Kohler Company to collapse. No one was hurt.
About a month later, Northeast Wisconsin received its biggest winter storm of the season. Francesca brought in more than 17 inches of snow and some thundersnow.
The high piles of snow made it difficult to get around the area, some needing a little help from their neighbors.
Severe storms ripped through the Fox Valley as spring settled in. Fifteen tornadoes touched down across the state. One of the harder hit areas, Kaukauna. Officials estimated more than 150 buildings were damaged.
"When we walked upstairs we could see the stars where the roof used to be," said Travis Teesch of Kaukauna.
Luckily, no one was seriously hurt.
Less than two weeks after the tornado outbreak, winter weather returned.
"I keep telling myself that we choose to live in Wisconsin right?" said Michelle Richard of Grand Chute.
Winter Storm Gabe came in mid-April, leaving more than ten inches of snow.
Eventually, the winter weather gave way to some spring heat.
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