Snowfall totals from Sunday morning varied from 0.8" to 4.5".
That 3-5" did indeed set up over our area rather than just east & northeast of us.
That band ran from Pence & Hedrick through Pine Village, Boswell, Fowler, Otterbein, Chalmers to near Delphi, Twelve Mile to Rochester. 1.8-3" was reported across Greater Lafayette.
You can see where the low clouds & fog are located based on the temperatures. This is verified on visible & IR satellite.
Low clouds & freezing fog will continue to migrate eastward & temperatures will fall to at/slightly below freezing as they come in this evening.
A disturbance & weak surface cold front pass, some patchy light freezing drizzle, few patches of light freezing rain & some patchy light snow will be possible.
A light dusting/thin coating of snow & ice are possible.
Watch for some slick spots on roads tonight & tomorrow morning & reductions in visibility to under 0.50 mile.
A lot of gloomy, gray weather is ahead with temperatures averaging near normal during the day here in early January, but a bit above normal at night.
After a few patches of frozen precip Tuesday morning, the day overall looks cloudy with a damp coldness.
Wednesday looks gray & slightly warmer. Storm system will tend to track southwest & south of our area, but a few isolated to spotty snow showers are possible. If any accumulation can occur it would be spotty & only amount to a light dusting.
Thursday looks gray with a few isolated to spotty snow showers or flurries. Again, any small area of accumulation would only amount to a light dusting.
If we are lucky, we will see a few breaks in the low clouds Friday, followed by a gray, dreary weekend. Some scattered snow showers are possible Saturday & Sunday. Any accumulation looks to be under 1".
Monday looks gray with a continuation of 30s for highs.
Mid-next week feature a system with some mix to rain to snow. Some minor accumulation of ice & snow cannot be ruled out.
After January 15 & before January 21, there is a surge of colder weather & potential of a decent shovel-able accumulating snow.
After that it continues to look much warmer with surges of unseasonable warmth at the end of January to early February with even potential of a day or two with record highs. Some t'storms are also possible with above normal rainfall that may send river to near/at flood stage after chronically very low levels for months.