A hardware store in Monroe County saw plenty of business in the wake of the winter blizzard.
People are advised to not call city, county or state police to check on road conditions.
Local officials are urging people to stay indoors and postpone traveling plans due to the continued winter weather bearing down on the state.
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Much of Indiana remains under a travel advisory today because of either snow, ice, or downed trees.
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.
A Bloomington ordinance states residents must remove snow or ice accumulation from their sidewalks within 24 hours, or they could be subject to a fine.
Road conditions have improved significantly since the morning commute, but there are still a number of slick spots.