INDIANAPOLIS -- With snow and ice on the ground, many travel advisories continue across central Indiana.
Hancock, Boone, Madison, Hamilton, Montgomery and many more counties are under a Level 1 advisory, meaning anybody on the road should use caution.
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With snow falling overnight in central Indiana, many counties have issued travel advisories.
The first days of spring were anything but spring-like across central Indiana.
Snow will taper off this morning but the commute will be very a slick one across a good portion of the area.
The Winter Storm Warning is in effect for Seymour, Columbus, Rushville, Greensburg, Batesville, and Brookville. A 4" - 6"…
Spring is the time of year our chances for severe weather typically increase.
New England braced Tuesday for its third nor'easter in less than two weeks, which threatens to hit the region with as much as 2 feet of snow .