This information is from the North Dakota Department of Transportation website.
I-29 Closure extended from Fargo to Grand Forks; I-94 Closed from
Jamestown to Fargo
The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) along with
the North Dakota Highway Patrol (NDHP) have closed I-94 from
Jamestown to Fargo, and I-29 from Fargo to Grand Forks due to
heavy snow, blowing snow and areas of near zero visibility
creating hazardous driving conditions. In addition, Minnesota
officials have closed I-94 from Moorhead to Alexandria. Motorists
should not travel on closed roads as they may become blocked over
NDDOT has also expanded the Travel Alert to include the areas of
Linton and Napoleon in south central North Dakota due to snow and
blowing snow causing reduced visibility.
Motorists are reminded of the following warnings that are in
• I-29 remains closed from Fargo to the North Dakota/South Dakota
border, and ND Highway 13 from Wahpeton to I-29 due to heavy snow
and blowing snow causing near zero visibility and dangerous
driving conditions. In addition, I-29 in South Dakota is closed
from ND/SD border south to Watertown.
• No Travel Advisory remains in effect for areas in the southeast
region of North Dakota including Jamestown, Ellendale, Edgeley,
Oakes, Litchville, Valley City, Fargo, Wahpeton and surrounding
areas. Motorists should be advised that roads in these areas may
become blocked over night.
• A Travel Alert remains in effect for Grand Forks, Drayton,
Cavalier and surrounding areas.
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