to show up everywhere. Not just snow prints but Mud prints by the time it was gone.We had good amounts all over the WLFI viewing area some more then others but we got what was expected and that's all that matters! Take a look at some amounts around the area. You see Remington and Monticello with the highest amounts and down in Fountain County with the lowest. The roads was slick in the morning then soon became clear. It was like winter and spring in one day! This was really a little something for everybody if you think about. A little snow for the snow lovers and mild temperatures and no snow by the afternoon for the warm weather lover. :-)
Today will be another good day with highs around 36* degrees however we will be mostly to partly cloudy. Winds are looking light and calm between 5 and 10 mph. Monday EVEN BETTER with highs in the mid to upper 30s and Partly cloudy skies with winds between 5 and 10 mph. Get out and Enjoy is the forecast for the start to your work week.
Now I'M still watching another system for late Tuesday into Wednesday. I'M looking for this system to start out as rain and then change over to snow. Currently not looking like an ice event which is great news but just a good old rain to snow. Currently I look for rain to be around a quarter inch and snowfall around an inch. This is still a few days out and amounts can change so I will keep you posted with the latest as we get closer.
Also I want to remind you that the flood watches and warnings are still out as the latest observed has us at 17.89ft and flood stage is at 11.0ft. Good news is with the few dry days I'M forecasting that will help the rivers to fall.
That's it for now have you a Great Sunday. ;)