CLINTON COUNTY, Ind. -- Travel advisories have been issued in multiple central and northern Indiana counties.
A yellow advisory remained in effect Sunday for more than a dozen counties in central and northern Indiana after Christmas Eve's snowfall across the state.
Those advisories carried over to the day after Christmas in many of those counties.
The "advisory" is the lowest level of local travel advisory status and means that routine travel or activities may be restricted in areas because of a hazardous situation, like slick roads.
Drivers should also make sure all windows are clear of snow and ice and head lights are on to increase visibility, even during the day. It is always recommended to keep an emergency kit along with a fully charged cell phone handy when driving in any type of winter weather.