The travel status in Pulaski and Starke Counties has been raised to an orange level Travel Watch. As of 9:30 p.m. ET, Marshall County was still at a yellow level Travel Advisory.Continue reading
Starke County will remain at a travel watch. Emergency Management Agency Director J. Nier did consider increasing that to a travel warning this afternoon. She says she’s now confident that the higher level won’t be necessary, but she urges citizens to use extreme caution while driving and to stay away from flooded areas.
Potentially hazardous travel conditions are expected Tuesday morning. The Starke County Emergency Management Agency has issued a travel watch. That means driving should be limited to essential or emergency trips.
Starke County will likely remain under an orange level travel watch through the overnight hours, according to Emergency Management Agency Director Ted Bombagetti. He says restricting travel to emergencies only will give snow plow drivers a chance to clear snow from roads and spread a mixture of salt and sand to help with traction. Continue reading
All of the counties in the WKVI listening area are under an “orange level” travel watch this morning. That means only essential travel, such as trips to work and school, is recommended. More snow is set to move into the area this afternoon. Tomorrow’s forecast calls for a mixture of snow and sleet. As always, we’ll bring you the very latest on the air and online at WKVI.com. If you haven’t already done so, be sure to bookmark our closings and delays page. That’s where you’ll find a link to the Indiana county travel advisory map and more.