(UNDATED) - A Winter Storm Warning remains in effect until 4:00am on Monday morning.
Forecasters are calling for 10 to 15 inches of snow as a massive storm makes it way through the Midwest. Snowfall stretched all the way back to Nebraska on Sunday morning. The storm has been named Winter Storm Linus. Forecasters are calling this a very dangerous storm due to the large amount of snow and strong northeast winds.
Blowing and drifting snow is also expected especially Sunday afternoon into Sunday night.
Travel is expected to become difficult or impossible. Some unplowed roads will become impassible.
Visibility will be reduced to near zero.
The heaviest snow is expected during the daytime hours of Sunday. The snow could fall at a rate of one to three inches an hour.
Steuben County Highway Department crews began working on the roads at 6:00am. INDOT and Angola street crews were also out early Sunday morning.
As of 5:30am, an inch of snow has fallen in Angola.