[ 9:30 a.m. ] SCHOOLS: 2 Hour Delay
– Northeast Dubois Schools
– North Spencer Schools
– Oakland City University
– Greater Jasper Schools
– Southeast Dubois Schools
– Southwest Dubois Schools
– Loogootee Schools
– Pike County Schools
– Shoals Schools
– Washington Catholic Schools
– Perry Central Schools
BUSINESS / OTHER INFO.
– Dubois Co. Museum CLOSED
– Divine Providence Adoration Chapel on Precious Blood Campus will remain closed until further notice
– Huntingburg Transit will not begin operation until 10 a.m. this morning.
– Spencer Co. Courthouse – CLOSED Wednesday.
– Huntingburg Library will open at 12:00 this afternoon.
– St. Joseph’s Parish Center will open at 10 a.m. All religious classes cancelled for tonight.
– No Wednesday afternoon or evening quilting at Divine Mercy Parish, St. Anthony.
– No quilting at Christ the King, in Ferdinand.
– No 7:30 a.m. Mass Wednesday at St. Mary’s Ireland
– BEST HOME FURNISHINGS:
Dayshift on delay Wednesday.
Shift will run 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
(Dubois & Orange Counties)
– County Line Division (Cannelton) – No Production,
Designated Personnel To Report
[2:55 a.m.] From INDOT— We are at full call out district wide with 133 #YellowTrucks providing anti-ice patrols and clearing roads where we’re having winter weather precipitation. Please stay behind a plow if you encounter one. Leave yourself extra time to get to your destination and slow down.
[9:12 p.m.] Radar shows snow / mix coming our way. It will lift into our area in the next couple of hours.
Roads will get dangerous overnight as .10 – .20 of an inch of ice is expected with an inch or two of snow on top.
WAKE UP with Charlie Wayne and David Shepherd starting at 5:00 a.m. with your closings / delays, road conditions and your up-to-the-minute forecast.
[5:37 p.m.] Divine Providence Adoration Chapel on Precious Blood Campus will be closing at 9 pm this evening and will reopen at 9 am Wednesday morning.
[1:48 p.m.] The NWS is pushing up our possible snow totals. 1-2 inches of snow, with locally heavier amounts and up to two-tenths of an inch of ice.
[12:44 p.m.] Huntingburg mayor Denny Spinner reminds drivers that ice is worse than snow. City highway crews are monitoring the forecast and will begin pretreating roads as we get closer to the event.
Spinner asks motorists to slow down, be patient and give road crews room to work.
[ 11:15 a.m. ] We are activating our LIVE Blog for tonight’s expected ice / snow event. A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY goes into effect at 10 p.m.
Snow up to 1 inch with a quarter inch of ice looks likely. This will make things very slick on area roads.