Our forecast did pretty well for yesterday. Most of Indiana was dominated by a high pressure center for much of the day. The NAM and GFS showed some possible very light precipitation for the extreme southern portion of Indiana for yesterday early morning. The radar loop showed some small reflectivities, but very little precipitation was actually recorded. The below images show surface observations 5Z and 20Z, respectively. The light precipitation moved out around 2am local time, and Indiana remained clear the rest of the day. The image at 20Z shows Indiana almost completely clear of cloud cover with temperatures ranging from the mid teens in the northern half of the state to the low 30s in the southern half. There was not a lot in the way of action for Monday ahead of the major winter storm expected to affect most of the state on Tuesday evening into Wednesday.