Snow, cold temps prompt travel advisories and watches for Indiana counties


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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Snow and bitterly cold temperatures led to travel advisories and watches in several Indiana counties.

A yellow travel advisory is the lowest level of a local travel advisory and means drivers may encounter hazardous conditions during routine travel.

A few counties are under an orange travel watch. The watch means conditions are potentially threatening to the public. Only essential travel—such as to and from work or an emergency situation—is recommended.

Weather resources:

Yellow travel advisory

  • Allen
  • Bartholomew
  • Benton
  • Blackford
  • Boone
  • Brown
  • Clay
  • Daviess
  • Greene
  • Hamilton
  • Hancock
  • Hendricks
  • Henry
  • Lake
  • LaPorte
  • Madison
  • Newton
  • Owen
  • Perry
  • Porter
  • Rush
  • St. Joseph
  • Sullivan
  • Vanderburgh
  • Washington
  • Wells

Orange travel watch

  • Knox
  • Martin
  • Monroe

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