Travel watches, warnings for more than half of Indiana counties Tuesday

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(Feb. 17, 2015) – More than half of Indiana’s 92 counties are under a travel advisory, watch or warning Tuesday morning.

Several counties declared yellow travel advisories in parts of east central and southern Indiana after Monday’s blast of winter weather, meaning drivers are urged to use extra caution because road conditions could be hazardous. Other counties in the northern part of the state were also under yellow travel advisories.

Some counties in the southern part of the state were under orange travel watches, meaning only essential travel (to and from work, emergency situations) is recommended.

Floyd and Clark counties were under red travel warnings. Travel in those counties is restricted to emergency management workers only.

You can check the current county travel advisory map here.

Check school closings and delays here.

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