WABASH VALLEY (WTHI) – The majority of the Wabash Valley is under a Winter Weather Advisory until Thursday afternoon into the evening.
Snow moved into our Illinois counties just after midnight and then made its way into our Indiana counties. The Winter Weather Advisory will last until noon (CST) for Illinois and will last until 9 p.m. in Indiana.
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The National Weather Center reports roads can become slippery due to snow and that travel could become difficult. Snow accumulation is estimated to be 1-3 inches north of Interstate 70 and then 2-4 inches possible south of Interstate 70.
As of 7 a.m. Storm Team 10’s Eric Stidman measured .5 an inch at the News 10’s Studios in Downtown Terre Haute.
— Eric Stidman (@EricStidmanWx) January 5, 2017
Indiana State Police Sgt. Joe Watts reports the morning commute is going well so far and that they have only had two slide-offs reported as of 6:30 a.m. ISP Troopers in our southern portion of the viewing area are reporting road conditions are deteriorating and roads are slick.
Warrick: Light snow covers SR 66. Traffic is moving at appr. 40 mph. Roads are slick! pic.twitter.com/a1uWkZfe2C
— Sgt. Todd Ringle (@ISPEvansville) January 5, 2017
If you are needing road conditions, check out the Indiana Department of Transportation’s Traffic Wise map. Please do not call central dispatch or 911 for road conditions.
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