INDOT typically spends about $30 million in road repairs and maintenance each winter.
After the cold, stormy and expensive winter that cancelled and delayed flight nationwide, a Purdue retail expert outlines what this means for travelers.
Economists say the drop in the economic index could be because sales have dropped during the harsh winter weather.
A winter weather advisory remains in effect until 7 p.m.
The Department of Education announced this week school districts can either add days to the end of the year or hours onto days to make up for canceled days.
Snow is expected to fall throughout the day on Friday bringing snowfall totals of three to four inches by late afternoon.
Roads will become slick and snow covered later tonight.
Indiana has received 23.3 inches of snow this month, making it the third snowiest January on record.
The winter storm has left thousands without power around the state, but the number of outages is dropping.
All counties in Indiana have downgraded their travel advisories to "watch" or "advisory" statuses.