Skies have cleared over most of Indiana, so why does the satellite shot look like this? You’re looking at a “visible” satellite image, and some of the gray/white stuff is…white stuff. Yesterday’s big snow over north/northeast Indiana into Michigan.
One clue is that you can clearly see the outline of the Wabash River. Clouds aren’t in the habit of automatically disappearing when over bodies of water.
You’d would also notice quickly from looking at a visible satellite loop (this will only work for you Wednesday afternoon) that this area, unlike everything else around it, doesn’t move.
PS: If you want to see the image in a slightly larger format, click here.