After Friday night's snow here are the season snow totals around the region. At least Louisville is not in last place anymore.
Bowling Green Trace
Fort Wayne 8.4
South Bend 6.0
St. Louis 0.7
The next system is for Monday night. There are mixed signals as far as strength and how warm it may get with this system.
NWS Louisville says.... We plan on going with high PoPs Monday afternoon and evening across the forecast area. There are signals in the data that another frontogenetical band of precipitation may develop along and north of the Ohio River which could produce another round of significant snows. We plan on leaving the snow as the dominant precipitation type north of the river. In the northern part of Kentucky, will continue to mention a mix of rain/snow/freezing rain for now...but will try and refine the p-types as the event draws closer. In the south, pure rain still looks good from the previous forecast.
NWS Paducah....AS FAR AS SNOW ACCUMULATIONS ARE CONCERNED WITH THE APPROACHING
STORM...CURRENT INDICATIONS SHOW AREAS MOST LIKELY TO GET
APPRECIABLE SNOWFALL GENERALLY ALONG AND NORTH OF A LINE FROM
ROCKPORT INDIANA TO PERRYVILLE MISSOURI. AREAS SOUTH OF THAT LINE
SHOULD SEE LITTLE TO NO SNOW ACCUMULATION.
NWS Indianapolis....GFS/SREF FORECAST SOUNDINGS SHOWS BOUNDARY LAYER REMAINS COLD ENOUGH FOR ALL SNOW FOR MUCH OF THE AREA THROUGH THE PERIOD. ACROSS THE FAR SOUTHERN FORECAST AREA...TEMPERATURES MAY GET CLOSE ENOUGH FOR SOME RAIN TO MIX IN. HOWEVER CONFIDENCE IS LOW THAT FAR OUT...SO JUST LEFT IT ALL AS SNOW FOR NOW. ACCUMULATIONS ACROSS THE FORECAST AREA LOOK TO BE UP TO AROUND 2 INCHES.
AccuWeather has less than one inch of snow for Monday night.
The Weather Channel has a chance of snow showers for Monday night.