Business is slowly going back to normal at the Indianapolis Airport as the ice storms make their way east of the Hoosier state.
Most municipal salt reserves aren’t taxed yet, but more severe weather could prove problematic.
Much of Indiana remains under a travel advisory today because of either snow, ice, or downed trees.
Power outages are being reported across the area, but the area hardest hit is Vigo County.
Ice has covered most of WFIU's listening area this morning, with more on the way.
Freezing rain...sleet...and snow will begin across the area by this afternoon.
Governor Daniels says the state will monitor an approaching winter storm, but for now at least, state government will operate as normal tomorrow.
Conservation officers say “There is no such thing as safe ice, just safer ice."
Road conditions have improved significantly since the morning commute, but there are still a number of slick spots.
Indiana State Police are advising motorists to stay off the roads unless they absolutely have to be out this morning.