I received more final snowfall reports in my inbox from yesterday. Oddly, Benton County picked up 2″ of snow Saturday morning, but I only had 0.1″ at my house in western Tippecanoe County. It was a highly-convective snowfall event with some places getting lots & others very little. From northern Miami to Whitley County, 4-7″ fell. Those are nightmares to forecast.
Gusty Alberta Clipper is pivoting through with a brief burst of snow this morning. I had a trace in West Lafayette as it passed, but up to 0.5″ may accumulate in places east & northeast of Lafayette. A band of moderate snow is moving through Howard & Miami counties with visibility down to 0.75 mile in places. Visibility was 1.25 miles at the Howard County Airport (northeast of Kokomo) with snow at 11:35 a.m.
Some heavier snow showers are pivoting through Pulaski, towards Fulton & Cass right now with visibility likely down to 1 mile briefly.
This clipper will exit & some sun will appear today. Gusty winds will gust to 40, perhaps even +40 mph at times with steady winds at 18-25 mph.