Indiana Department of Transportation Warns of Hazardous Conditions Due to Snow and High Winds

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Indianapolis, IN – The Indiana Department of Transportation is warning of hazardous conditions due to snow and high winds.

According to the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT), residents should exercise caution during their Saturday morning travels due to challenging weather conditions. INDOT’s #INDOTWinterOps update highlights the continuous efforts of their crews in managing road safety amidst snowfall, high winds, and below-freezing temperatures. These conditions are expected to cause reduced visibility and drifting snow, increasing travel risks.

Travelers are advised to leave early and drive slowly to navigate the potentially snowy and slick roads safely. INDOT suggests postponing travel until daylight when road conditions are more visible. For real-time updates on state road conditions, INDOT recommends checking roadway cameras or dash cams footage from their #YellowTrucks, accessible through 511in.org or the INDOT TrafficWise app.

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