The map above shows snowfall totals from the storm system yesterday that cleared the region early Sunday morning. Because of the warm temperatures over the last few weeks, there was more snow that fell (depicted above) versus any sort of long-term actual snow depth accumulation. Any snow that was able to stick either stuck to places such as vehicles or outdoor furniture as well as other ground surfaces prone to freeze faster than pavement (such as grassy areas, bridges, elevated spots, etc.).
Above is a visible satellite image showing the locations with snow on the ground from this same storm system. This narrow band of snow stretches from St. Louis, Missouri, across southern Illinois, and into south-central Indiana. This correlates with the snowfall map (at the top), indicating that the heaviest amounts of snow within the local area fell in south-central Indiana.