Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is urging Hoosiers to be prepared for
the winter storm predicted to hit the state today, in some places during the
afternoon rush hour.
expected to get another round of heavy snow and ice that could make travel
hazardous throughout the state,” DHS said in a statement released today.
“The National Weather Service predicts five to 10 inches of snow could fall
in portions of central and northern Indiana, and there is a possibility for
accumulations of ice and snow for portions of southern Indiana.”
“The timing of this
storm could impact Hoosiers traveling home from work or to evening
activities and could affect travel on Wednesday,” DHS noted. “State
agencies, including Indiana State Police and the Indiana Department of
Homeland Security, are urging drivers to remain patient and not become
overconfident behind the wheel.”
DHS is advising
folks to monitor local media throughout the day to keep abreast of the
latest weather forecast.
Management Agencies provide updates on county travel status. Counties may be
placed under travel advisories, alerts, or warnings. The county travel
status map can be found at