We have been tracking light snow showers through the morning hours and this midday. The snowfall is associated with a passing cold front. The boundary is going to travel over the state through the afternoon hours and keep snow chances in the forecast until the evening commute. Be sure to watch for slick spots today and tonight!
Snow totals are going to be minor and will remain below a half inch of snow for Greater Lafayette. Less than 1” of snow will be possible in our northeastern counties (Fulton, Pulaski, N. Miami) because of the chance for lake effect snow showers overnight.
This evening, skies will become partly cloudy for the Greater Lafayette area and temperatures will fall below zero once again! Wind chill may drop near -15° in Lafayette tonight, but potentially -25° around Fowler and Rensselaer. As a result, the National Weather Service has issued a Wind Chill Advisory for our northwestern counties (Newton, Jasper and Benton) from 11 p.m. EST until 1 p.m. ES Thursday.