It seems once the snow started falling, it hasn’t stopped, especially on the north side of the state line.
And that’s creating headaches on the roadways.
WSBT meteorologist Matt Rudkin took a trip to Berrien County on Monday to check out the roads.
All was pretty clear Monday night. No major travel headaches on any of the major highways.
56 snow plows were on the Indiana Toll Road over the past several days, battling Mother Nature.
In Indiana, 173 trucks have been clearing roads, with crews working overtime to keep up with the additional snow.
WSBT spoke to a few drivers, and they said this weather is all part of living in Michiana.
“Just waiting for spring time. It’s Indiana, and that’s the way it goes around here,” said one driver. “We’ll see what happens. Maybe, it will turn into 60 or 70 degree temperatures.”