CENTRAL INDIANA, (WLFI) — It's spring now but winter weather is back in several parts of the viewing area. Heavy snowfall hit many southern counties in the area causing slower travel.
Road crews started 12 hour shifts at midnight this morning in preparation for the wintery mix. Interstates and highways throughout the area were of the highest concern to INDOT. Winter weather and travel advisories expire at 11 p.m. Saturday.
While many dread winter weather during the spring, Asmita Parashar welcomes it.
"It snowed, and I come from tropical weather so snow is good for me considering I haven't seen much of it, so snow is welcome," said Parashar.
Indiana State Police reported no major accidents along local roads or interstates throughout the day.
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