FARGO — The North Dakota Department of Transportation along with the North Dakota Highway Patrol have closed Interstate 29 northbound and southbound lanes from the South Dakota border to the Canadian border.

They have also closed Interstate 94 eastbound and westbound lanes from Bismarck to Fargo due to heavy snow and high winds causing reduced visibility, icy roads, and life-threatening driving conditions.

Motorists are not allowed to travel on a closed road due to life-threatening conditions. The road may be impassible or blocked.

A no travel advisory remains in effect for portions of southeast, south-central and northeast North Dakota due to heavy snow and high winds causing reduced visibility, icy roads, and hazardous driving conditions.

No travel advised in Linton, Jamestown, Valley City, Cooperstown, Michigan, Grand Forks, Fargo, Wahpeton, Ellendale, and surrounding areas due to heavy snow and high winds causing reduced visibility, icy roads, and hazardous driving conditions.

  • North Dakota road conditions
  • Minnesota road conditions
  • A no travel advisory means conditions are such that motorists should not travel in these areas, and snowplows may be pulled from the roads.