INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Department of Homeland Security reports that Marshall County in northern Indiana is under a travel watch while 31 other counties around the state are under travel advisories because of snow, blowing snow and low temperatures.
A travel watch means that conditionsÂ areÂ threateningÂ toÂ the safetyÂ ofÂ theÂ public.Â DuringÂ aÂ watch, county officials recommend only essentialÂ travel,Â suchÂ as toÂ andÂ fromÂ workÂ orÂ inÂ emergencyÂ situations. A travel warning means routineÂ travelÂ orÂ activitiesÂ mayÂ be restrictedÂ inÂ areasÂ becauseÂ ofÂ aÂ hazardous situation and individuals should use caution or avoid those areas.
The advisories stretch from northwest Indiana to as far south as Greene and Scott counties.
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