ALLEN COUNTY, Ind. (WANE) — The travel advisory has been lifted for Allen County amid Friday’s wintry weather.

County officials issued the advisory Thursday in anticipation of a winter storm. The advisory was canceled Friday afternoon, the Allen County Office of Homeland Security announced.

Snowfall totals were far less than expected and road conditions have greatly improved. Daytime temperatures remain above freezing while nighttime temperatures fall into the 20’s. Be alert for changing road conditions, especially at night over the next several days. Slick and hazardous spots may reappear, especially on bridges, overpasses, and highway ramps. Continue to use common sense and caution when driving during the winter season. 

Allen County Office of Homeland Security

A travel advisory means that routine travel or activities may be restricted in areas due to “hazardous situations,” and people should either avoid those areas or use caution.

WANE 15 declared a 15 Fury Alert Day and forecasted roughly 2 to 4 inches of snowfall in Allen County starting late Thursday and into Friday.

The city of Fort Wayne had their street department out and about Thursday making sure that all of their equipment was ready to go. The street department’s main concern was the morning commute.

“I’m hoping tomorrow if things go well we might be able to clear it up before everyone goes home from their workday,” said Brian Shimkus, Street Commissioner.

The travel status of Indiana counties can be monitored on the Indiana Department of Homeland Security’s website.