January 2018 winter storm: View and submit pictures of snow in your neighborhood

MILWAUKEE -- Snow began falling in SE WI Sunday, Jan. 14 and was expected to continue until Tuesday -- a long duration storm bringing us our biggest snowfall totals so far in 2018.The storm prompted a winter storm warning for lakeshore counties until noon Tuesday, Jan. 16 and winter weather advisories for everyone else until early Monday.According to the FOX6 Weather Experts, the snowfall will pick up Sunday night and into Monday, and a lake-enhanced band of snow could develop Monday, increasing totals near the lake, before tapering off Tuesday morning, leaving behind 3-6+ inches.PHOTO GALLERYWe want to see what it looks like in your neighborhood!

View & submit photos from the Veterans Day 2019 snowstorm

MILWAUKEE -- Another snowstorm moved into southeast Wisconsin Sunday night, Nov. 10 and was expected to continue through Veterans Day morning, Monday, Nov. 11.The FOX6 Weather Experts said we could expect to see the highest amounts near the Illinois border, with three to five inches expected in Milwaukee, Waukesha and Jefferson counties, four to six inches in Walworth County, three to five inches in most of Racine and Kenosha County, and two to four inches in West Bend, Beaver Dam, and Port Washington -- with less than an inch in Sheboygan/Fond du Lac.We want you to show us how it looks in your neighborhood!Share pictures of what it looks like by you.

Snow pile holds on in downtown Appleton...in July; becomes a sort of tourist attraction ❄️

APPLETON -- It's July, but there's still snow in Wisconsin!The below snow pile is located at the "Yellow Parking Ramp" in downtown Appleton -- between Washington Street and Morrison Street.PHOTO GALLERYAccording to WLUK, JP Heim, who works in downtown Appleton, spotted the stubborn snow pile in June and decided to snap a picture of it -- posting the photo to social media.

Scientists in the UK believe they've developed drug that'll 'stop any cold virus in its tracks'

BRITAIN -- Scientists in the United Kingdom believe they may have found a way to fight the common cold.Instead of attacking the virus, researchers at Imperial College London designed a drug that blocks a protein in the body's cells that cold viruses usually commandeer to self-replicate and spread.They applied the drug to human lung cells in the lab and it worked within minutes!The lab studies suggest it could stop any cold virus in its tracks if it is administered early enough.The team believes if this treatment if found to work, it could be especially helpful to people with health conditions like asthma.They're working on making a form of the drug that can be inhaled as a way to reduce any further risks or complications.They hope to start safety trials in humans within two years.CLICK HERE to learn more.

Snow records toppled in Wisconsin, South Dakota, Minnesota

MINNEAPOLIS — Records fell as an April snowstorm blanketed the Upper Midwest.The National Weather Service says the 14.9 inches at Minneapolis airport from Friday through Sunday set a new record for the largest April snowstorm ever there.

2 feet in Upper Midwest! Spring storm moves east after blanketing central US in snow

MINNEAPOLIS -- Minnesotans slogged through a mid-April storm Sunday that dumped 2 feet (half a meter) of snow on parts of the Upper Midwest, coated roads with ice and battered areas farther south with powerful winds and tornadoes before plowing toward the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic U.S.The storm system prompted Enbridge Energy to temporarily shutter twin oil and gas pipelines in Michigan that may have been recently damaged by a ship anchor strike.The Line 5 pipelines were temporarily shuttered Sunday afternoon due to a power outage at Enbridge's terminal in Superior, Wisconsin, Enbridge spokesman Ryan Duffy told The Detroit News .