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Icy roads remain Tuesday morning, travel alerts in place

Police say Allen and Huntington Counties were hit the hardest, with many crashes happening on...
Police say Allen and Huntington Counties were hit the hardest, with many crashes happening on I-69, I-469, US30, and US24 roadways.(Staff)
Published: Jan. 18, 2022 at 9:04 AM EST
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UPDATE: The travel advisories for Allen and Whitley Counties have been lifted as of Wednesday afternoon.

ALLEN COUNTY, Ind. (WPTA) - Allen County officials warn that untreated roads from yesterday’s freezing rain are still icy Tuesday morning.

Temperatures overnight were below freezing and will continue to be until the afternoon. Expect slick spots on lesser-traveled roads, driveways, parking lots, and other surfaces that may not typically get as much care during wintry weather. There are numerous closings and delays across NE Indiana and NW Ohio due to leftover ice, you can find the latest listings here.

A Travel Advisory is still in place for Allen, Whitley, Huntington, and Wells counties this morning. That is the lowest level travel alert, urging people to use caution while out commuting. A Travel Watch is in place for Wabash county, where travel is only essential travel is recommended.

IDHS Travel Alert Map
IDHS Travel Alert Map(Indiana Department of Homeland Security)

Allen County Homeland Security is still warning about icy roads out this morning, especially on lesser-traveled roads.

Use caution if heading out today!

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