The storms in the Northeast has caused Indiana departments to start preparing for a harsh winter.
The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for Carroll, Warren, Tippecanoe and Howard counties for heavy snow.
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.
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.
A winter storm hitting Indiana this week will bring ice to the central and southern part of the state and snow to the north.
Many families have been stocking up on emergency supplies, in case they become stuck in their car or home for an extended period of time.
A Winter Storm Advisory is in effect until 1 A.M. Friday.
The Bloomington Street Division has its thirty-six truck fleet out in full force as snow continues to fall.