Heavy rains across central North Dakota have caused some travel problems in the region.
Water began flowing over Highway 83 near Coleharbor overnight, causing the Department of Transportation to reduce speeds in the area.
The water is covering parts of both the south-bound and north-bound lanes on the major highway.
The D-O-T also reports water on North Dakota Highway 256 about six miles south of Antler.
Traffic is also allowed at reduced speeds at that location.
In addition, running water has covered some county and township roads in Renville County and in other areas where rainfall amounts were the most extreme this weekend.
Bottineau County gravel roads have a no truck travel order due to water and mud which has been issued by Bottineau County Emergency Manager and Road Supervisor