Tri-State could experience slick driving conditions

Tri-State could experience slick driving conditions

TRI-STATE (WFIE) - Tuesday is another Alert Day here in the Tri-State, and you could run into some trouble spots on your morning commute.

Our reporter, Katie Tercek, is out early Tuesday morning to check on those roads.

In Evansville, she says things have seemed to die down.

However, there could still be some slick sports because snow did accumulate overnight.

WITZ Radio is reporting some very slick roads Tuesday morning in Daviess and Dubois Counties.

There is also a travel advisory in place in Daviess County, Indiana.

Heavy snow started falling a little after 5 p.m. Monday in Gibson County with light flurries falling in northern Vanderburgh County.

In Evansville, in anticipation of the weather event, officials say city roads were treated early. By 3 p.m., Evansville City Transportation and Services Department Executive Director Todd Robertson said their road crews had gone home to prepare to come in early.

Robertson said they scheduled people to come in earlier than normal in anticipation of the winter weather.

In Wayne County, the sheriff’s office says they already received multiple reports of vehicles sliding off the roadway.

The White County Sheriff’s Office is asking residents to only drive if it’s necessary.

You can click here to view the forecast.

You can view our closings list here.

In Knox County, troopers are reporting US 50 is covered with snow.

Jeff Lyons gave an update in the 14 News Now studio.

You can watch the full segment here.

A viewer shared this picture of the snow in Princeton.

2/8 snow in Princeton
2/8 snow in Princeton (Source: Viewer)
Local counties experience slick driving conditions

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