SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Travel advisories remain in effect for several counties in Indiana Sunday.
The latest update from the Indiana Department of Homeland Security (IDHS) on Jan. 13, shows travel advisories in place for St. Joseph, Starke, Kosciukso, Pulaski, Newton, White, Cass, Miami, Wabash, Huntington and Wells among others.
On the map above, counties in yellow are under a travel advisory, orange counties are under a travel watch and red counties are under a travel warning.
A travel advisory (yellow) means that travel or activities could be restricted due to hazardous road conditions where drivers are asked to stay off roadways if possible.
A travel watch (orange) means conditions could be dangerous for those traveling. Only essential travel such as going to work and emergency situations is recommended.
A travel warning (red) is the highest level of a travel advisory, with travel possibly restricted to emergency management crews. Individuals are asked to refrain from traveling and to comply with any necessary emergency measures set in place such as cooperation with disaster services forces, public officials and officers.
The latest information can be found at IDHS.