8:38 AM EST, February 26, 2013
Mother Nature is digging into her bag and pulling out some mixed treats today.
Sleet and freezing rain fell on the southern part of the WSBT listening area Tuesday morning before turning to snow for most of us.
Several areas were covered in light ice.
An Indiana State Police dispatcher reported a lot of slideoffs on the Toll Road but nothing big enough to impede traffic and no major injuries. The Toll Road was more icy to the west.
A dispatcher in Marshall County described the roads as "slick," with some slideoffs but nothing too bad.
WSBT meteorologist Matt Rudkin says U.S. 31 was fine but says there was icing on signs, power lines and trees between Plymouth and Rochester.
Some schools took notice of the weather and ending classes early for the day.
Late in the morning, the weather changed to just rain but by mid afternoon had turned to heavy snowflakes in many areas.
We shouldn't see any real snow accumulations until the early to mid evening hours -- 3 to 4 inches in our northern counties and 1 to 3 inches in the south.
A winter weather advisory has been extended until 7 a.m. on Wednesday for most of the WSBT area.
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