Snowfall totals for Sunday varied from a trace to 4.3" with the +2" totals along the Kankakee River in far northern Newton & Jasper counties. Much of the rest of the area saw 1-1.5" with less than 1" in the south & southeast.
The lightest totals were in the far south & southeast.
4.3" Lake Village
1.8" Young America
1.7" Mt. Ayr
1.5" Northeast Lafayette
1.3" Earl Park
1.3" Southeast Lafayette
1.0" 5 W Chalmers
1.0" WLFI ob site
1.0" East Frankfort
0.7" 3 E Attica
0.5" 1 SW Pence
Trace 6 SE Crawfordsville
Tuesday looks blustery & cool with rain possible & highs in the 40s to 50.
Severe weather risk will occur in far southern Indiana & southward in the warm air south of the warm front.
Some rain (isolated t'storm) is possible late Wednesday to Wednesday night & late Thursday to Thursday night with dry time in-between. Skies looks partly cloudy to mostly cloudy in-between highs 50s to 60s as warm front moves northward.
Periodic showers/t'storms are likely Friday Saturday with windy, warm weather & highs 60s to lower 70s.
A couple rounds of severe weather risk are likely Friday & Saturday. It currently looks MARGINAL TO SLIGHT here, per projected parameters. Higher risks show up southwest of our area. Oklahoma, Arkansas, southwest Missouri seems to be the bulls eye for ENHANCED to MODERATE RISK, per projected parameters.
Much cooler should arrive afterward.
There has been a sign of brief warmth & severe weather around April 1. That is possible, but the warm-up looks brief & fleeting.
The coldest weather should rush into area in early April with overnight low sin the 20s & perhaps even a bit of snow.
More consistent, substantial warm should arrive by April 15 & be with us through latter April with above normal rainfall & multiple severe weather episodes possible.
Early April still looks to have below normal rainfall right now.