Where skies cleared some lastnight, the temperatures dropped to 10-15. Where it stayed overcast with light snow & flurries, temperatures hovered at 19-21.
It was the coldest morning in Greater Lafayette since December 10!
Breaks in this persistent overcast are occurring in our southwestern areas. We can see this looking southwest out of Lafayette via our Renaissance Cam.
Skies will gradually clear tonight with lows 15-20. It will take a long time to clear the low clouds out of the northeast & east, so these may not completely clear until tomorrow there.
High & mid clouds will increase tomorrow with southeast breeze & 30-35, followed by a snowy Saturday with 30-33.
It will be a rather heavy, wet, gloppy 2-5" snow. Just south of our area, 5-8" is possible. Parts of Illinois & eastern Missouri may see up to 10".
Our winds will be east to east-northeast Saturday at 10-15 mph.
Snow should overspread the area southwest to northeast 7-11 a.m. & end Saturday night in the 12 a.m. to 4 a.m. time frame.