(UNDATED) - After a brutal winter which featured record snowfall amounts and low temperatures, a mid April snowfall is a cruel joke. But that's what happened overnight less than two days after highs got into the 70's. Some parts of northeast Indiana got as much as two inches of snow which mostly covered grassy areas. National Weather Service observer Ed Nagle says Angola got three-quarters of an inch of snow for the 24 hour period ending at 7:00am Tuesday morning which brought the record snowfall for the season in Angola up to 82 1/2 inches. As of early Tuesday morning, just over an inch of snow was reported southwest of Fort Wayne. About an inch fell at Mishawaka and just over a half inch was reported in Kosciusko County. The mercury took a nose dive during the day on Monday. According to the National Weather Service, Fort Wayne recorded a high of 70 degrees at 2:58am. Less than 12 hours later, the city recorded its low for the day of 30 degrees at 1:10pm.