Down to 44 here, mild thunderstorm/rain with occasional graupel (online definition--soft hail or snow pellets, precipitation that forms when supercooled water droplets are collected and freeze on falling snowflakes, forming 2–5 mm (0.08–0.20 in) balls of rime.)
It looks like soft little balls/pellets of snow, not hard and icy like hail. Picture from "Aaron Hill's Notebook"
It's supposed to get to 34 tonight; I've got the upper part of my sprinkler system drained just in case it gets colder.
Unsettled weather here through until Thursday. Mid 50's during the day, mid-30's for lows. Possible rain, thunderstorms, even a chance of snow showers early Tuesday.
I'll try to keep this weather from getting to Indiana, Ken. Where do low pressure and fronts (warm or cold) have to set up for you to get bad storms?
If we have a low pressure south of us (especially dropping down and moving across northeastern New Mexico), we get upslope circulation around it heading into the mountains from the east and we're likely to get some precip.