Almost 40,000 homes in Indiana are without power after temperatures dropped below zero and several inches of snow fell throughout the state.
Bitter cold air will spread into the area tonight causing wind chill values to drop to 25 to 40 below zero through Tuesday.
The legislature will not convene Monday as originally planned because of the low temperatures and heavy snow.
The first significant snow storm of 2014 is expected late Saturday night.
Bloomington Mayor Mark Kruzan says because the city doesn't budget for major snowfalls, the cost of snow removal takes away from other city projects.
A winter weather advisory is in effect for heavy snow from 7 p.m. Friday until noon Saturday.
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The Indiana State Police responded to hundreds of crashes after a snow storm blew through the state Thursday night and into Friday.
Central Indiana will continue to get snow into tonight, and again Sunday.
A snow storm is headed to southern and central Indiana, making driving conditions more dangerous.