WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — A transport watch has been released for Carroll and Jasper Counties Sunday. Carroll County Emergency Management Director Dana Jeffries expects that to stay by a morning commute.
“The problem we got is if we notice a sleet is wet, and it’s not going to blow much,” Jeffries said. “I don’t know if it’s going to blow during all how complicated it is. Really a emanate is going to be if it freezes. As it is right now it will be really tough for a crews to move.”
Benton, Cass, Clinton, Fountain, Howard, Miami, Newton, Pulaski, Warren and White Counties are now underneath a transport advisory.
According to a Indiana Department of Homeland Security, a transport watch means that conditions are melancholy to a reserve of a public. During a “watch” internal transport advisory, usually essential travel, such as to and from work or in puncture situations, is recommended, and puncture movement skeleton should be implemented by businesses, schools, supervision agencies, and other organizations.
An advisory is a lowest turn of transport restriction. Routine transport or activities might be limited in areas since of a dangerous situation, and people should use counsel or equivocate those areas.
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