Heavy rain poured down Thursday on Northwest Indiana, causing road closures, flooding basements and threatening residents living near local rivers.
Several rounds of showers and thunderstorms are expected through week's end, prompting a flood watch for the region.
Classes in the Crown Point Community and Tri-Creek school corporations are delayed two hours this morning due to overnight snow.
It might not seem like spring is only two weeks away after the area received heavy snowfall Tuesday.
Drivers slid to their destinations during Friday's morning commute, causing police to respond to numerous accidents caused by icy roads.
A winter storm was expected to continue to bring snow into the Chicago area until Wednesday morning.
Meteorologists are keeping a close eye on a winter storm headed toward the region Tuesday that could leave 6 inches of snow, rain or a mix of …
Area police reported few problems on the roads overnight and early Friday morning after snow fell across the region.
A wind advisory is in effect with wind gusts of 50 mph whipping through the region.
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