TIPPECANOE COUNTY, Ind. (WLFI) — Indiana State Police are preparing for the first snowfall of the year. The snow is expected to come over Thursday night into Friday.
Troopers are packing extra warm weather gear and getting their cars winter-ready. They are also reminding drivers to give themselves extra time for their commute tomorrow morning.
Something police often see is car windows not completely scraped. Police are reminding drivers to let cars run before driving so ice and snow can melt, then be sure to scrape off any excess.
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