DOT issues travel alert for northeast North Dakota
A travel alert has been issued for northeast North Dakota.
The State Department of Transportation issued the alert Thursday morning due to snow and blowing snow causing reduced visibility and hazardous driving conditions. The alert, includes Grand Forks, means drivers can still travel but should be aware of "rapidly changing conditions," the DOT said in a news release.
The Minnesota DOT also issued a no travel advisory also for the western parts of Kittson and Marshall counties in northwest Minnesota due to whiteout conditions. Fisher Public Schools canceled class for the day while Warren-Alvarado-Oslo Public Schools is running buses an hour late.
Updated travel conditions for roads in North Dakota can be found here.