YMCA: The Kokomo Y will reopen both the downtown and child care facilities Wednesday at 9 a.m.
CARE CENTER REOPENS: The Kokomo MedExpress Urgent Care Center at 1010 S. Reed Road has reopened.
RAILROAD CROSSING ARMS STUCK: Tipton E911 reported at about 2:35 p.m. Tuesday that the crossing arms on Ind. 28 in Hobbs are stuck in the down position. "Railroad has been notified," E911 said.
2 LIBRARY BRANCHES OPEN: Kokomo-Howard County public library officials tweeted at about 2:25 p.m. that the main branch in downtown Kokomo and the south branch on Center Road are open. The Russiaville branch, however, is still closed.
CEREMONY CANCELED: Indiana University Kokomo's School of Nursing sophomore induction ceremony, scheduled for Wednesday, has been canceled.
MIAMI COUNTY UPGRADES TRAVEL FOR RESIDENTS: Tribune reporter Carson Gerber says Miami County officials have improved the county travel status. Residents may travel to work or for medical care. Officials say roads remain in "bad," but limited travel is permitted.
STATE GOVERNMENT UPDATE: Heavy snowfall totals can be found throughout central and northern Indiana. Some locations are reporting totals of up to 15 inches. The southern portion of the state received significantly less snowfall, however some locations are reporting up to 8 inches of snow.
Today, dangerously low temperatures continue into the morning. High temperatures are expected to finally creep back into positive digits as the day progresses, with a high temperature of 6 degrees forecasted for Indianapolis. The warm up is expected to continue overnight, with highs Wednesday approaching 30 degrees.
WEDNESDAY SCHOOL CLOSINGS: Peru, Maconaquah, Northwestern and Eastern schools will be closed Wednesday.
KOKOMO YMCA CLOSED TUESDAY: Personnel at the Y tweeted, "We will update soon with opening times for [Wednesday]."
COUNTY ROADS UPDATE: Commissioner Paul Wyman tweeted, at about 8:55 a.m. Tuesday, to "remember essential travel only today. Many county roads are now open and passable but overnight winds have had a [negative] effect."