Sunday and early Monday snow brought hazardous road conditions and many counties are asking motorists to use caution or in some cases, not to drive.
Monday, many Indiana counties are reporting that roads are pretty slick and there are still several slide offs.
Interstate 70 south was closed around 7:15 a.m. due to a jack-knifed semi. It has since reopened.
A Winter Storm Warning remains in effect for counties along and north of I-70 and a Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for locations south of I-70. The warnings/advisories in IL will expire at 7 a.m. CDT and at 12 p.m. EDT in Indiana as downfall begins to dwindle from the west to the east.
An additional 1" is possible today with total snowfall ranging anywhere from 5-10" on average across the Wabash Valley. Gusty winds from the NW up to 25 mph will continue to cause blowing/drifting snow throughout the day today and tonight. Temps will be in the mid 30s this afternoon, dropping back to 25° tonight.
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As of 10 a.m., Duke Energy has reported 124 outages. Click Here to report an outage.
The snow has caused numerous closings in the area. For the latest updates on school, business, and church closings stay tuned to the Closings Now page .
FLIGHT CANCELATIONS & DELAYS
The winter storm that has moved in has caused a number of flight cancelations in Indianapolis. Shortly after 11:30 p.m. Sunday, 45 cancelations were reported. For the latest information on flight delays and cancelations click here.
The warmer weather is a thing of the past, and it's expected to get worse.
Local Marines helped spread some holiday cheer today.
Terre Haute Police filed citations against one Terre Haute towing business earlier this year. Andrews Towing and investigators were in city court Friday morning for the first time.
Seven new Indiana Conservation Officers officially joined the DNR Division of Law Enforcement during graduation ceremonies Friday at the Indiana Government Center South.
TRAFFIC ALERT: Martin County Deputies are requesting travelers to avoid U.S. 231 north of Loogootee. Due to many slide off accidents, traffic is backed up over a mile in several places
Right on cue, Thursday’s early winter storm dumped snow and ice on the Wabash Valley but county highway crews were a step ahead of the weather’s arrival pre-treating the 897 miles of pavement in the county.