TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) — In line with an announcement from the Vigo County Emergency Administration Company, Mayor Duke Bennett and Vigo County Commissioners have declared a winter storm journey advisory that may go into impact. at midnight (24:00) on Tuesday evening. January 24 and can final till midday (1200) on Wednesday, January 25.
The world is anticipated to be affected by a sweeping low strain system that may deliver rain, adopted by a winter combine and precipitation. The rain is anticipated to begin Tuesday evening and start to show into a mixture of snow and rain. Heavy, moist snow is anticipated to hit the world round three:00 am Wednesday.
- First wave: Count on icy and slippery roads early on Wednesday (January 25).
- second wave: Count on lighter snow, from 6 a.m. to three p.m. on Wednesday (January 25).
- Early snowfall charges will have an effect on visibility as much as 1 / 4 mile in some areas. Amassed snow can hamper the efforts of snow removing crews and will result in harmful roads, a few of which can be impassable.
- Aftermath: Count on persistent snow and a few highway hazards via Thursday (January 26).
To remain up-to-date on the journey standing of different counties all through the length of the storm, try the Indiana county journey standing map.