1.1″ as of 9:15 a.m.

December 26th, 2012 at 9:15 am by under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog

1.1″ of snow as of 9:15 a.m. at West Lafayette with consistent gusts to 35 mph.  Visibility is only 1/16 mile in our southern & southeastern counties.

Snow is overspreading the entire viewing area with gusts increasing.

Previous gust map looks good, snowfall totals look good.  No changes needed.

 

8 Responses to “1.1″ as of 9:15 a.m.”

  1. Kim Granlund says:

    Do they have more snow in Indy? All the malls in Indy are closed due to the snow.

  2. Keith says:

    Back side of the precipitation looks like it’s going to leave us long before 7 PM, probably gone by noon and 3 inches at most.
    Small, wet flakes.

    Southwest Tippe here.

  3. Keith says:

    I guess if I won’t get the snow I want, I can take advantage of the unwarranted fear and panic keeping traffic low on the streets and in the stores.

  4. mad man from afghanistan says:

    inch in monty so far and goin up

  5. LARRY says:

    In Fishers….only an inch or two here…it’s windy but not really snowy, can still see my patio and driveway in spots…looks like an overblown forecast

  6. Mike in Dayton says:

    Cant believe some of these things I’m hearing from down south..fishers..brownsburg, folks saying its not doing much down there. Sure looks like its snowing hard down your way but cant argue with hands on reports. Wind may just be blowing it all around, hard to gauge how much has really fallen.

  7. LARRY says:

    My car in fishers has NO snow on it and went out and got something out of car..the grass isn’t even covered. It is blowing around a ton but cars are on the main road out the window just fine.

  8. Autumn says:

    It looks pretty coming down but over here in northern Warren Co. we are still easily below an inch at 11:00 AM

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