GREENCASTLE -- Even with continued progress of clearing county roads of ice, the county will remain under a level 2 travel advisory through the weekend.
County emergency management director Kim Hyten said the calcium county highway crews have been applying to county roads is working, particularly with Friday's bright sun. As the calcium works, though, the roads become even more treacherous.
"With the sun out, they're starting to turn slicker than they already are," Hyten said. "If you don't have to get out, your best bet is to stay home."
A level 2 warning is when conditions threaten public safety. Only essential traffic is recommended, such as to and from work and for emergency situations.
Hyten said the county hopes to get back to normal on Monday morning.