JAMESTOWN, N.D. — Icy roads, heavy snow and high winds have prompted the North Dakota Department of Transportation to issue a no-travel advisory in northeast North Dakota.

A no-travel advisory means it is unsafe to travel. NDDOT warns high winds and heavy snow have created near-zero visibility conditions. The advisory covers cities including Grand Forks, Drayton, Grafton, Pembina, Cooperstown.

A travel alert remains in effect for areas of central, south-central and northeast North Dakota due to heavy snow, reduced visibility and icy roads leading to unsafe driving conditions. The alert covers areas including Jamestown, Valley City, Ellendale, Towner, Devils Lake, Carrington, and surrounding areas.

Motorists can still travel during an alert but are asked to be aware of hazardous driving conditions.

Keep up with changing road conditions with NDDOT's interactive map.