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Winter Weather Resources

Last Updated on January 7, 2024 by Cass County Communication Network

We’ve compiled a list of winter weather and storm-related information:

CLOSINGS, DELAYS AND CANCELLATIONS
If your business or organization is delaying, closing or cancelling, or if you’d like to add an event to our list, please call or text (574) 721-4636 or (574) 721-4635. See our updated list here.

CASS COUNTY INFO APP: Download the Cass County INfo app for school delays and more – App Store | Google Play Store

WEATHER CONDITIONS
Cass County Forecast
Cass County Weather Alerts

ROAD CONDITIONS
www.trafficwise.IN.gov or call (800) 261-ROAD

Indiana Traveler Information Map – Road Conditions

View the County Travel Status Map

PLEASE DO NOT CALL city, county or state police dispatch centers to ask road and weather conditions. Phone lines need to remain open for emergency calls.

The Indiana Travel Advisory app is available to download for iPhone in the App Store, and Android in the Google Play Store.

REPORT AN OUTAGE

Cass County Emergency Management Agency says that should power outages occur, the best number to call is your electric provider. Many of the providers serving Cass County even have maps where you can see outages in real time with estimated restore times:

  • Logansport Utilities 574-753-6231
  • Carroll/White REMC 800-844-7161 Option 2 (Outage map with estimated restore times Map Viewer (cwremc.com) )
  • Duke Energy 800-343-3525 (Outage map with estimated restore times Outage Map – Duke Energy (duke-energy.com) )
  • Fulton County REMC 800-286-2265 (Outage map with estimated restore times Map Viewer (fcremc.coop)
  • Miami/Cass REMC 765-473-6668 option 3 (Outage map with estimated restore times Map Viewer (mcremc.coop)
  • NIPSCO — (800) 464-7726

Please do NOT call the 911 center to report power outages.

Citizens are also reminded if they lose electrical power to their homes, follow all of the manufacturers safety precautions if they elect to use a generator as an alternate source of power. To avoid accidental carbon monoxide exposures,  operate generators outdoors.

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