No travel advisory on interstates extended to Fargo area as wind creates blizzard conditions
FARGO - The state Department of Transportation extended a no travel advisory on interstates 29 and 94 to eastern North Dakota at 9 a.m. because of heavy and blowing snow and reduced visibility.
No travel was advised on I-94 from Medina to the Minnesota border and on I-29 from Hillsboro to the South Dakota border. The advisory also includes all roads south of U.S. Highway 200 to the South Dakota border in the eastern portion of the state. U.S. Highway 200A near Washburn was blocked.
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