Slick roads, excessive snow lead to travel advisories across Kentuckiana

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Posted on February 15, 2010 at 10:44 PM

Updated Tuesday, Feb 16 at 12:49 AM

Roads were especially slick in Jackson County Monday. Department of Transportation crews were out but the snow was falling faster than they could keep up with.

There was a travel advisory in effect for the entire county, meaning people shouldn't be on the roads, unless they had too.

Much of the counties in Indiana are under some sort of travel restriction.  

The Indiana Department of Homeland Security has been updating this map all day.

The counties in red are under a warning which means only emergency workers should be on the road. Everyone else is being asked to stay off the roads. That's for Orange, Crawford, Washington and Jefferson counties and Scott county was just added to the list.

Counties in orange are under a watch, which means only essential travel is advised and the yellow counties are under an advisory,  some travel may be restricted.

WHAS11's Anna Prendergast has more on southern Indiana road conditions in the video above.

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