You can see the line of rain moving in from our north west pushing through Tippecanoe county at around 1:26pm EDT yesterday afternoon.
As you can see the rain was so light we have hardly any green showing up to indicate light to moderate rainfall. After this line moved through the area we mostly seen scattered light off and on showers through out the rest of the day picking up not even a tenth inch more.
As for rainfall totals around the WLFI viewing area. Well, we didn't get much as expected. You can see in this radar rainfall image above taken at around 3:34pm EDT Remington, only picking up under a tenth inch. As well as Lafayette, coming in under a tenth inch. The more north and east you go the slightly higher the amounts got. Rochester, coming in with around a tenth inch. And this was the story all around the area. Light rain amounts but still rain none the less.
Also we seen that Frost Advisory go into effect for white county and Cass County. The advisory is still in effect from 2:00am EDT to 9:00am EDT Today.
Possible Frost Aka Frost Advisory Means...
* IMPACTS...SENSITIVE PLANTS SHOULD BE COVERED OR BROUGHT INDOORS
TO BE PROTECTED FROM ANY FROST THAT FORMS.
A FROST ADVISORY MEANS THAT FROST IS POSSIBLE. SENSITIVE OUTDOOR
PLANTS MAY BE KILLED IF LEFT UNCOVERED.
Have a great day bloggers. I'll check back soon.