Hazardous Driving Conditions Following Winter Storm

Many of the roads in Iroquois County and across East-Central Illinois still pose slick and hazardous conditions, despite snow plows having been busy overnight. The National Weather Service (NWS) reports snowfall amounts range from about five-inches to nine inches; some isolated patches total 9-10 inches.

Several routes are still snow-packed and hazardous this morning (Mon 3/25). Light snow was continuing to fall across the area this morning, but the Winter Storm Warning ended at 7 a.m. in Illinois.

The NWS reports visibility may still be a problem in some rural areas during the afternoon.

State, County, Township and Municipal plows are busy this morning. Some school districts have cancelled classes today.

The warning aas been extended until noon for Central and West-Central Indiana.  

Some of the snow totals reported:

Watseka: 5.2, 6.0, 7.0

Milford: 5.5, 6.0
Hoopeston: 6.0 inches

Paxton: 6.0, 7.5
Tilton: 7.0 inches
Springfield: 12 inches
Urbana: 11.5 inches

Bloomington: 7.4 inches

Danville:  8.0 inches