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Travel advisories issued across state

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Posted at 4:32 PM, Jan 11, 2016
and last updated 2016-01-12 14:59:57-05

INDIANAPOLIS -- More than three dozen counties were under travel advisories Tuesday morning as dangerous winter weather continued into Tuesday.

Thirty-nine counties were placed under "yellow" travel advisories due to winter weather conditions. Two counties -- Tipton and Knox -- were placed in the "orange" advisory level.

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The yellow advisory means routine travel may be restricted and individuals should use caution.

An orange level means only essential travel is recommended.

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INDOT snow crews and the Indy Snow Force were scheduled to remain active overnight in preparation for anticipated snowfall.

Citizens in Indianapolis with disabilities or who need medical or health-related assistance and are impacted by winter weather conditions should contact Connect 2 Help at 211 or 926-4357.

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