This is a radar image taken at 10:53am EDT 11:53am EST. You can see the storm starting to make its way out of the area moving off to our east. We will see some of the melt down begin today with highs in the lower 40s along with a peak of sun here and there possible as we head into the afternoon hours.
Many areas picked up snow last night along with a glazing of ice. Here is a look at the West Lafayette, weather cam below.
You can see the court house in a nice coating of sleet and snow this morning. Many woke up to that thin layer of ice on their cars across Indiana.
We had snow to start things last night as expected, Then mixing with some sleet and freezing rain to finish things off. Roads were VERY SLICK as I came home from work around 10pm. People were taking it nice and slow. It was like an ice rink in the Lafayette area.
Plows were doing the best they could to keep things clean and clear.
You can see some of the snow plowed up in this image above.
Here is a look at your final snowfall totals from around the area. Remember we called for 2" to 3" inches of snow from this system. Most areas picked up right around that 2" inch mark. Take a look.
Frankfort, 2.4" inches.
Covington, 2.0" inches.
Remington, 2.0" inches.
Kentland, 2.0" inches.
Rensselaer, 1.8" inches.
West Lafayette, 1.2" inches.
Stay safe bloggers, and be careful on the roads tonight as well, We will see a low around 20* degrees, so any water left standing on the roads will more then likely freeze! Take care and as always God Bless!