INDIANAPOLIS — There is measurable snow in parts of Indiana after snow fell in most of the state Tuesday evening.
A winter weather advisory is in effect for most of Indiana until 8 a.m. Tuesday.
Updates from the evening are below:
Here's a look at the snow on the south side of Indianapolis:
About 2,600 Indianapolis Power and Light customers near Lawrence are without power. View the latest outage map here.
Hendricks County is under a travel advisory. View the latest advisories here.
Unincorporated areas of Hamilton County are under a travel advisory.
The Kokomo Rescue Mission will open is dining room for anyone who needs to warm up on Tuesday and from 8 a.m.-6 p.m. on Wednesday:
— Howard County IN EMA (@HowardCountyEMA) November 11, 2019
Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department officers have responded to 56 total crashes so far on Monday:
- 44 Property damage crashes
- 9 Personal injury crashes
- 3 No information crashes
Indiana State Police troopers from the Indianapolis district have responded to seven crashes since noon.
Keep up the good work 👍👏
Troopers from the Indianapolis District have only responded to 7 🚙💥🚗 since noon. No 🤕
That’s less than a typical rush hour
Road conditions will continue to decrease through the evening
— Sgt. John Perrine (@ISPIndianapolis) November 11, 2019
Here's a look at the latest road and weather conditions:
The Boone County Sheriff's Office is reporting slick road conditions.
BCSO Traffic Alert: Roads are becoming slick at this time. Please slow down and use caution on your commute.
— Boone County Sheriff (@boonecosheriff) November 11, 2019
— Sgt. Matt Ames (@ISPPutnamville) November 11, 2019
A look at the road conditions in West Lafayette:
— RTV6 Indianapolis (@rtv6) November 11, 2019
You can view your full forecast here.
Update on the road conditions in Chesterfield:
— Chesterfield Police (@Chesterfield_PD) November 11, 2019
Find out when the snow is expected to move out of the radar here.
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Crews are still treating and plowing roads as needed across Central Indiana. You can view more info on their plans here.