INDIANAPOLIS - A winter weather advisory was in place for central Indiana through Monday evening as a storm system that dumped up to a foot of snow in parts of Indiana moved away.
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StormTeam 6 meteorologist Todd Klaassen said additional accumulations would be very light, but blowing and drifting snow would continue.
More than 200 schools and organizations closed or delayed for the day on Monday, and some still had delays and closings scheduled for Tuesday.
Snow and rain began falling in parts of western Indiana before 6 a.m. Sunday as part of the first wave of the storm system, but it quickly moved out of the area.
Accumulations of about 2 inches fell in parts of Boone and Hamilton counties with the morning wave of snow, with less falling elsewhere.
There was a long break after that, but snow began falling across the area again during the late afternoon, with the heavy snow beginning during the evening hours.
Snowfall rates in excess of an inch an hour fell for a few hours late Sunday before snow began tapering off across the region during the early-morning hours on Monday.
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