First responders are in full force amid the hazardous winter conditions in the Valley
The snow and freezing rain hit the Valley hard late Thursday evening.
Indiana State Police say they are on high alert all Thursday night into Friday.
Police say drivers also need to be proactive on the road, this means they need to drive slow and stay alert.
If this weather persists into Friday, it could also mean travelers might want to adjust their schedules.
"Some don't wake up early enough when there's a snow storm. When people get up at the normal time, they tend to make up for lost time on the roads by increasing their speed and dropping their guard. In the majority of cases this seems to be the case, so if you do have to travel Friday make sure you get up early," said Joe Watts with the Indiana State Police.
Police also encourage drivers to make sure their cars are fully defrosted before driving.