INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - The Freezing Rain Advisory has been canceled for several northern Indiana counties due to the warmer temps and mostly rain falling already. A separate Freezing Rain Advisory continues for counties just north of the WISH-TV viewing area from 3 p.m. to midnight Sunday.
Sleet is being reported across central Indiana, and that is mixing with light rain. Northern Indiana still has a chance for sleet and freezing rain early this evening. Slick spots are also still possible from Kokomo to Muncie and in areas north of that line.
The Forecast 8 team is advising viewers to stay home Sunday afternoon if possible as roads may still become slick.
According to Forecast 8 Storm Tracker, rain is falling in much of the state. Sleet may mix in with the rain occasionally, even though our temperatures are slightly above freezing in most places.
The ice accumulation may happen still from a line just north of Crawfordsville, to Lafayette, to Kokomo and Marion.
Stay tuned to the Forecast 8 Weather Blog for the latest weather updates and conditions.
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