Travel bans remain in place for both Owen and Greene counties because of dangerous road conditions.
Traffic is still restricted to emergency personnel in some Indiana counties. In many others, officials are recommending people stay off the roads.
Paoli Peaks officials say they expect the snow and cold temperatures will bring in considerably more business than they had last year.
All winter weather advisories and warnings have expired.
Between 40 and 50 cars came to a stand still near the Monroe/Morgan County line Wednesday morning.
Crews across South Central Indiana have been battling the weather since early Wednesday morning.
Reader-submitted photos show a state blanketed in white after Wednesday's snowstorm.
Brown County road crews are treating the most dangerous sections of road first.
A winter weather advisory is in effect for northern and central Indiana until 10:00 A.M. Friday.
How low the temperatures drop over the next few days will determine whether Paoli Peaks can open Saturday.