I've got a look at your snowfall totals from across the area last night. Take a look.
We were calling for 1" to 2" inches for a wide area in central Indiana and that's just what we say. Starting a little after 9:pm EST last night most areas picking up right around an inch of snow. Lafayette seeing 1.2" inches and Kokomo, coming in with the highest with 1.5" inches.
More snow is still on the way! I have been watching the data closely as we head closer to our next system coming Monday afternoon sometime between 11:am and 2:pm EST. Yesterday it was looking like some freezing rain was possible with this approaching system however looking at the models today I think we have around a 10% chc or less of seeing ice. Some snow and sleet mixed however is likely. Right now both the MOS models and the Bufkit models are showing the possibility of 1" to 3" inches of snow / sleet from this storm. Take a look at this bufkit model below.
Keeping any ice out of the picture currently. We may still mix some rain in with this system especially the more south you go. However currently looking like a more snow / sleet event. I will continue to watch this as it develops.
Also still looking at that brief warm up as we head into next week. I have changed the highs a little bit putting us in the 50s on Thursday!
The meltdown will begin. It will be a soggy wet mess but the temperatures will be most comfortable. we will have to watch for flooding threats though! Be alert and stay safe.