Snowfall Totals………Information On Sunday-Sunday Night Through Next WeekJanuary 25th, 2013 at 1:06 pm by Chad Evans under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog
I took these pics from near television station at West Lafayette. 1.0″ is the final storm total for WLFI with 0.06″ melted, making the snow ratio about 18:1 (10:1 is standard snowfall ratio).
Looks like the snow, per Doppler radar & observations from spotters, varied from 1-4″ with the heaviest totals in the far northwest. A lot of the totals are 1-1.5″.
I WILL HAVE MAP SOON
Icy mix of snow, sleet & freezing rain will arrive Sunday p.m. & go to all freezing rain by evening-night with temperatures climbing from 20s to 30s. It will then change to rainfall overnight as temperatures approach 40 by early Tuesday morning. However, minor ice accumulations are possible on roads, powerlines, trees, etc. for a while.
Monday will feature periodic rainfall & fog with middle to upper 40s. Some showers/drizzle/fog is possible Monday night with temperatures steady or rising in the mid 40s to around 50, followed by a round of rain & even a few t’storms Tuesday. Highs Tuesday look to run 54-59.
A secondary cold front & a surface low riding up the front may bring some light snow Wednesday night-Thursday morning, but it looks minor with heavier accumulations staying southeast of here. Arctic blast will roll in behind it with highs only around 20 & lows in the single digits by late next week.