As of 9:30 a.m., I have 1" of heavy, wet, slushy snow at West Lafayette with moderate snow falling.
Roads are largely slushy, though some secondary roads have become snow-covered.
Totals vary in the area from 0.2" in the far northeast to as much as 2" reported in the far western part of Benton County.
Some latest totals:
2" Earl Park
1" West Lafayette
0.4" Twelve Mile
Snow will continue into afternoon for a good chunk of the area, but heaviest will tend to shift to our northeastern counties & may mix with rain at times.
An additional trace in the far southwest to 1.5"in our northeast will fall from here on out.
Totals will run 1-2" for much of the area, though some locations may just exceed 2" (best chance west & northwest).
Some melting will occur as temperatures warm a hair today.
It will taper to scattered snow showers this evening, then isolated to spotty snow tonight.
Winds will be strong & gusty today from the west at 15-32 mph.
Highs will run 34-36. Lows tonight will run 30-32.
Some isolated to spotty rain/snow is likely Sunday with cloudy skies.
Highs will run 34-37 with west winds at 10-20 mph.
Isolated to spotty snow/rain showers will occur at times Monday-Thursday with cloudy to mostly cloudy skies & highs in the 30s to around 40 with lows in the upper 20s to lower 30s.
More widespread rain/snow to snow is possible next weekend with potential of some accumulation.
Much colder weather will follow with lows dropping to single digits & eventually even lower.