1.5″ New Snow Tipton Already……..1″ Crawfordsville

December 28th, 2012 at 9:58 pm by under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog

Merger has taken place & bands of heavy snow have blossomed as a result.  5.0″ has been reported on the northwest side of Indianapolis as persistent, mesoscale, frontogenetical banding continues.  These bands have been very intense.

1.5″ has been reported from Tipton, 1″ at Crawfordsville.  Light snow is falling at the station, but there has not been accumulation since it started at around 9:45 p.m.

I am upping totals some in parts of our southeastern counties, but everything else looks good.

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9 Responses to “1.5″ New Snow Tipton Already……..1″ Crawfordsville”

  1. Tyler says:

    Snowing pretty good on east side of Lafayette

  2. chris in Tipton says:

    Chad—–i can confirm 1.5″ new snow tonight…..moderate….fluffy snow falling now.

  3. Susan says:

    Once again Monticello is seeing nothing :(

  4. mad man from afghanistan says:

    monticello never gets anything, i do not understand this at all, i hope monticello gets 2 feet of snow at one time before winter expires!!!!!!!!!!!!

  5. Brandon says:

    Crawfordsville 2 inches calm winds. Peaceful, looks like models are bringing new years storm further north.

  6. Susan says:

    Won’t happen mad man. If there’s a dry socket ever its always over Monticello!!

  7. Bill in C'ville says:

    Chad, I drove into that banding coming home, it started when I was going by the airport and intensity did not let up until I got to the Jamestown exit on 74. The interstate was terrible snowflakes were huge, visibility was less than a 1/4 mile.

  8. mad man from afghanistan says:

    Brandon i hope it comes right here in monticello and stays for daze!!!!!

  9. Mike says:

    5.3 inches of new snow on the north side of Indy

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