Some parts of the state could see as much as 10 inches of snow by tomorrow.
Bitterly cold temperatures and wind chills are expected tonight.
INDOT has already used most of its budget for winter road maintenance with two months of the season still left.
The snow that fell in Indianapolis this week is rendering the solar panel farm at the airport useless until the panels are cleared.
More than 15,000 Hoosiers are without power after heavy snowfall and subzero temperatures hit the state.
Wind chill readings are expected to drop to 40 below zero due to bitter temperatures and high winds.
Bitter cold air will spread into the area tonight causing wind chill values to drop to 25 to 40 below zero through Tuesday.
Forecasters say many areas can expect up to ten inches of snow by Saturday morning.
A snow storm is headed to southern and central Indiana, making driving conditions more dangerous.
Crews across South Central Indiana have been battling the weather since early Wednesday morning.