From the Indiana Department of Transportation: Indiana Department of Transportation crews worked through the night and will continue today cleaning interstates, U.S. highways and state routes.
Road conditions have improved since yesterday afternoon, but there is still work to do. The snow accumulation and strong winds left slush and areas of hard-pack snow on some roadways. Motorists are encouraged to remain cautious as plow crews continue clearing roadways.
Pavement temperatures are expected to rise above freezing for a short time today, which combined with the hard work from INDOT crews will greatly help road conditions to continue improving through the day.
From Johnson County Emergency Management: Johnson County is now at a Level 2 travel status per Johnson County Commissioners. We urge residents to caution when driving and drive slowly.
6 p.m. Emergency status lifted
Greenwood is no longer under a snow emergency. Mayor Mark Myers lifted the emergency declaration at 6 p.m., according to a news release from the city.