The Herald Bulletin

December 6, 2013

Secondary roads might still be hazardous; more snow on the way

By Traci Moyer
The Herald Bulletin

ANDERSON, Ind. — Road conditions in Madison County are being reported as wet, but mostly

clear. To avoid accidents, local and state police are urging motorists

to drive with caution.

“The secondary roads have not been cleared, and any roads that have not

been treated can be hazardous,” said Indiana State Police Sgt. Timothy

Kaiser. “We have had a few accidents because people did not slow down.”

In a press release, the Indiana Department of Transportation says it is

preparing for a second wave of snowfall for the area later today. INDOT

crews will continue to plow and treat the roadways until all state routes

are clear of snow and ice.

Road conditions and traffic alerts from the state are available by calling

(800) 261-7623, or visiting

The weather forecast for today calls for snow beginning about 11 a.m. and continuing through mid-evening, with an accumulation of 1-2 inches.

Temperatures are expected to hover in the high 20s throughout the day.

Visit throughout the day for updates.