INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- Most counties across Indiana are asking people to restrict their travel as crews clean up form heavy snowfall or freezing rain in much of the state.
The National Weather Service reports Indiana's midsection has the heaviest snowfalls from the storm that arrived Tuesday. About 7 inches of snow is reported in Indianapolis and Terre Haute, with more than 8 inches reported near Bloomington.
The state's northern and southern counties had 2 to 3 inches of snow in many places, although some sections of southern Indiana have seen freezing rain at times.
Most school districts from Evansville through central Indiana to Fort Wayne have canceled classes for Wednesday. Many government offices also are closed for the day or delaying their openings.