Late-season winter storm pushes through Indiana

Snow storm heads east

INDIANAPOLIS - There could be a few snow showers lingering through the morning Wednesday with no additional accumulation expected after a storm system pushed through Indiana, dumping several inches of snow on much of the state.

Some parts of northern Indiana got up to a foot of snow. Snowfall totals of 4-6 inches were common in Indianapolis and points to the north.

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Accumulations were generally lighter south of Indianapolis.

More than 225 schools either delayed or canceled classes for Wednesday. 

Travel advisories were issued Tuesday for several counties east and northeast of Indianapolis. Randolph County was placed under a travel warning.

Several slide-offs were reported, and a fatal crash closed part of Interstate 70 near Cloverdale, although authorities did not say if it was weather-related.

Duke Energy reported almost 2,300 customers without power across the state as of midnight Tuesday, but that was down to just a few dozen by 7:30 a.m. Wednesday.

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