Winter Storm Blog: Snow, Slush on Roads in Morning Rush – WISH-TV | Indianapolis News | Indiana weather

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — The winter storm, which has been a key component of the Storm Track 8 forecast for several days, arrived in Indiana overnight and snow is falling across much of the state.


8:05 a.m

At Indianapolis International Airport, 39 Wednesday flights have been canceled and 10 others are delayed. according to FlightAware.

At Fort Wayne International Airport, 2 Wednesday flights are delayed and 1 is delayed.

At Chicago’s Midway International Airport, 134 Wednesday flights are canceled and 10 are delayed.

At Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport, 57 Wednesday lights are out and 105 are delayed.

8 o’clock

Travel Warnings: There are no travel warnings in any Indiana counties.

travel clocks are available for five Indiana counties: Allen, Franklin, Hamilton, Orange, and Ripley.

A travel clock Means the travel conditions are dangerous and pose a danger to the public. Only essential travel is recommended, e.g. B. to and from work or in emergency situations.

Travel Advice are available for more than 30 counties including Bartholomew, Boone, Brown, Clinton, Delaware, Grant, Hancock, Hendricks, Howard, Johnson, Henry, Madison, Monroe, Morgan, Owen and Rush.

A travel tips means routine travel or activities may be restricted in some areas and drivers should exercise caution.

7:53 a.m

News 8’s Amicia Ramsey is just off US 31 in Greenwood, where there is light snow on the ground.

7:50 a.m

News 8’s Hanna Mordoh is out in Fishers where snow is falling but there isn’t much accumulation.

7:42 a.m

Indiana State Police Sgt. John Perrine joins News 8 to discuss how winter weather is affecting freeway conditions.

“I think people really need to prepare for these rapidly changing road conditions because they’re changing mile by mile right now,” Perrine said.

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7:40 a.m

Boone County is now under a travel tipsmeaning routine travel or activities may be restricted in some areas and drivers should exercise caution.

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7:20 a.m

The city of Marion says all administrative offices will be closed on Wednesday and buses will not run.

“Due to projected hazardous road conditions due to a winter storm warning, the City of Marion Administrative Offices will be closed and the Marion Transit System will not be operational today. Thank you and be safe if you must travel.” a statement on the city’s website read.

7:15 a.m

7am

Travel Warnings: There are no travel warnings in any Indiana counties.

travel clocks are available for five Indiana counties: Allen, Franklin, Hamilton, Orange, and Ripley.

A travel clock Means the travel conditions are dangerous and pose a danger to the public. Only essential travel is recommended, e.g. B. to and from work or in emergency situations.

Travel Advice are available for more than 30 counties including Bartholomew, Brown, Clinton, Delaware, Grant, Hancock, Hendricks, Howard, Johnson, Henry, Madison, Monroe, Owen and Rush.

A travel tips means routine travel or activities may be restricted in some areas and drivers should exercise caution.

6:55 a.m

6:50 a.m

What previously rained in central Indiana is now full snow and starting to stick, says Storm Track 8 meteorologist Marcus Bailey. Check out his weather update — and an update from Cody Adams at Mobile News Tracker — on Facebook on!

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6:10 a.m

Boone County Sheriff’s Deputy Wesley Garst says the winter storm is impacting people on the go. View on Facebook!

6:05 a.m

At Indianapolis International Airport, 39 Wednesday flights were canceled and 9 others delay loudly Flight tracking website FlightAware.

6 o’clock in the morning

Travel Warnings: There are no travel warnings in any Indiana counties.

travel clocks are available for five Indiana counties: Allen, Franklin, Hamilton, Orange, and Ripley.

A travel clock Means the travel conditions are dangerous and pose a danger to the public. Only essential travel is recommended, e.g. B. to and from work or in emergency situations.

Travel Advice are available for more than 30 counties including: Bartholomew, Brown, Delaware, Grant, Hancock, Hendricks, Howard, Johnson, Henry, Madison, Monroe, Owen and Rush.

A travel tips means routine travel or activities may be restricted in some areas and drivers should exercise caution.

5:55 a.m

Eric Pethtel, director of Fisher’s DPW, talks to News 8’s Hanna Mordoh about the road conditions and what crews will be working on this morning to ensure a safe trip. Check it out on Facebook!

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5:45 a.m

Butler University suspended all non-essential on-campus operations for Wednesday. Classes may continue to be held remotely at the discretion of the professor. On-campus dining and other essential services remain open.

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5:30 in the morning

As of 5:30 a.m., there are no travel warnings in any Indiana counties.

travel clocks are available for four Indiana counties: Allen, Franklin, Hamilton and Ripley. Travel surveillance means that travel conditions are dangerous and pose a danger to the public. Only essential travel is recommended, e.g. B. to and from work or in emergency situations.

Travel Advice are available for more than 30 counties including: Bartholomew, Brown, Delaware, Grant, Hancock, Hendricks, Howard, Johnson, Henry, Madison, Monroe, Owen and Rush.

5:15 a.m

At Indianapolis International Airport, 39 Wednesday flights have been canceled and eight others are delayed.

5:07 a.m

5 am

Snow is falling across much of Indiana.

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