Snow was on cue this morning to midday with 0.2-1". However, it underperformed a bit this afternoon to evening due to slot of drier air & bulk of cold air aloft with snow squalls south & southeast of the area.
However, we do have snow showers & even a few isolated squalls in our area as of 9:30 p.m.
After 0.3" snow this morning, which melted, I measured a quick 0.2" in the past hour at our WLFI ob site.
Watch for slick areas on roadways tonight to tomorrow morning.
You can also see the pretty intense snow squalls over southern Indiana, Kentucky & Ohio.
You can see the snow on Sagamore Parkway & South Street in Lafayette & the snow coming down still here at WLFI on the west side.
Some scattered snow showers will linger into tonight with lows in the mid to upper 20s. 1" or less of accumulation is expected. Brisk west wind at 10-15 mph will occur.
Scattered snow showers & flurries will occur tomorrow. Localized dustings & coatings are possible with mostly cloudy to cloudy skies & highs near 30 to 34 & a rather brisk west wind at 10-20 mph.
Some snow is possible tomorrow late evening-night & a bit early Tuesday with less than 1" of accumulation.
Note the 1-3" band south of our area, which we will monitor for a shift northward tomorrow night:
Some slick spots on roads are possible Monday night-Tuesday morning.
Another wave of snow snow will pass Tuesday late evening-night to early Wednesday with less than 1" amounts. However, some slick spots on roads are possible.
After a drier Wednesday, a few showers are possible later Thursday with a few snow showers & flurries Thursday night to Friday as much colder air blows in (after a milder Wednesday to Thursday with strong southwest winds to 30 mph).
Wintry weather is possible by next Sunday with some snow developing, potentially changing to some sleet & freezing rain in parts of the area Sunday night.