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A low pressure system over the Central Plains on Monday, tracked through the Midwest on Tuesday bringing a period of snowfall to the region Monday night into Tuesday.  Strong southern winds then brought warm air into the region which changed the snow over to rain from south to north.  This created a fairly good gradient of snow amounts across the area with lowest amounts near the Ohio Border where the changeover occurred early in the morning, and highest amounts north of I69 where snow continued into the early afternoon hours.  Snowfall totals ranged from 1-6" with most locations in the 3-4" range.
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