CINCINNATI (AP) - Blowing and drifting snow is creating hazardous driving conditions across parts of Indiana and Ohio.
The National Weather Service says accumulating snow ended Saturday in the region, but a winter weather advisory was in effect for part of the day.
The weather service says a storm on Friday and early Saturday brought 9 inches across the eastern sections of central Indiana.
Reports of drifts up to 4 feet high were reported in Delaware County.
Meanwhile, snow accumulating in Ohio led to flight cancelations, schools closing early, and sheriffs warning drivers to take it easy on snow covered roads.
Country band Rascal Flatts postponed a Saturday concert in Dayton due to concern for fans' driving in heavy snow,
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