The large sleet bands that bloody by Elkhart County on Valentine’s Day are done, yet drivers are still warned to stay off a road.
- RELATED: Blizzard conditions in Elkhart County cease, Feb. 15
Elkhart County Commissioners released a warning yesterday due to snowstorm conditions and white-outs on a road. Travel was limited to puncture workers only, according to a release.
During the “watch,” drivers are still speedy to extent transport unless it is “essential,” yet transport is not banned.
St. Joseph and Kosciusko counties were also underneath a transport watch as of late Sunday morning.
As of 9 a.m. Sunday, a sleet puncture was carried in Cass County, according to a news recover from a Cass County Sheriff’s Office. Drivers are asked to stay off a roads, though, given some roads are not endurable and crews were perplexing to transparent a roads of sleet and deserted vehicles, according to a release.
Editor’s note: An progressing chronicle of this story pronounced a advisory was “upgraded.” This is a denunciation that was used in all of a news releases and information from a Elkhart County Sheriff’s Department yet has given been altered in a story to equivocate confusion. The Elkhart Truth apologizes for any difficulty this competence have caused.