COLUMBUS, Ind. – Bartholomew County Emergency Administration says the journey standing is at an advisory stage and can stay there within the occasion of potential refreezing of any moist roads, particularly north of I-70.
A Winter Climate Advisory has been issued for the world till 7 a.m. Tuesday. Gentle snow showers are predicted for the south-central Indiana space Monday afternoon and evening with mild accumulations of 1 to 2 inches. Rain might briefly combine in with the snow. Diminished visibility with slick and snow-covered roads are potential from Monday afternoon via Tuesday morning.
Most highways are clear and dry now, however officers ask that you just bear in mind and use warning when touring for the following 24 hours, particularly in case you are heading to the northern half of the state.