Freezing rain, sleet to change to snow in north La.
NEW ORLEANS - Freezing rain, sleet and light snow are falling over much of north Louisiana and forecaster say the wintery mix will change to all snow.
A winter storm warning remains in effect for all of north Louisiana until 6 p.m. Wednesday.
National Weather Service Meteorologist Travis Washington says the freezing rain, sleet and light snow will turn to all snow by later Wednesday. Washington says 1 to 3 inches are expected along the Interstate 20 corridor and several locations could get up to 5 inches.
Officials say bridges and overpasses remain icy and the roads could become icy depending of the amount of snow.
State officials closed offices in 25 parishes. Public schools and universities across north Louisiana are also closed.
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