Howdy. I took a flight in my 182 with an O-540 J3C5D last week and after being on the ground for a while we noticed a bit of oil dripping out on the ground. I've owned the plane for less than a year so I don't know how it acts in the hottest weather yet. It was 100*+ outside and the aircraft was sitting on the ground for about 40 minutes before I noticed it. I flew it home, with an extended stop along the way, and checked the oil before the final flight home. It read about 6 quarts. I recently got an oil change where they added 7 quarts. I went to check on the aircraft about 24 hours later in the hangar and only noticed about a quarter sized drop. I also took the cowling off and did not see any signs of major leakage. I checked again today after it sat in a 90*+ hangar for 48 hours and had what's in the image below. I also traced the little pipe thing and it follows right to the back of the cylinders. I know it's dripping from the pipe based on the placement of my lid. I am definitely not a mx guru so I'd like some help deciding if this is a normal amount of leakage. Other info: - My chromium came back high on my oil analysis. I have steel cylinders with .01" oversize. - Oil temp and pressures were fine all day. I was at the bottom of green at full idle after landing, but tbh I don't look there after landing very much so I don't know if that's abnormal.