Area police reported slick, hazardous road conditions and numerous crashes including one involving a state trooper Wednesday morning as snow fell across the region.
Like an unwanted guest overstaying their welcome, winter showed no sign of leaving Sunday morning with Northwest Indiana residents digging out from 6 inches or more of fresh snow.
After enduring the third snowiest meteorological winter on record, region residents hunkered down Saturday for yet another snowstorm.
Some parts of the region are in for another shot of below-zero wind chills Thursday.
Winter isn't ready to ease its grip on the region just yet.
GARY | Gary firefighters respond to a fire on the corner of 17th Ave. and Roosevelt St. in Gary on Thursday, Feb. 3, 2011. A fire that started in the basement destroyed the house.
VALPARAISO | A number of foreign students spending the winter months in Valparaiso are getting a crash course from Mother Nature in snow.
Lower temperatures caused black ice on some area roadways Friday morning, keeping area police busy responding to slide-off and spin-out crashes.
Area police reported multiple accidents throughout the region Tuesday morning in the wake of Monday's heavy snow, with many roads remaining snow-covered and slick with patches of black ice.
Traffic travels slowly in the snow on Taft Street in Merrillville.
Darrias Taylor walks to work along River Oaks Center Drive in Calumet City.
Traffic travels in the snow on westbound 80/94 at Columbia Avenue in Hammond.
Clay Rogers clears a neighbor's sidewalk and driveway near his home in Hammond.
A snow plow clears River Oaks Center Dr. in Calumet City.
A steady stream of snow fell across Northwest Indiana again Monday, causing white-out conditions on roads and adding inches to be shoveled from driveways.
Wyatt Gough, 13, of Demotte, sleds Monday at Portage Countryside Park as Northwest Indiana braced for another round of snow with accumulation of 4-8 inches possible.
Jon Sabo, of Hobart, works to dig his car out of a snow bank Monday as Northwest Indiana was hit with another round of snow with accumulation of 4-8 inches.
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