ASTRO BOB NASA offers new user-friendly space station alerts
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The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) has issued a Travel Alert for southeast North Dakota including the cities of Jamestown, Ellendale, Edgeley, Valley City, Wahpeton, Fargo, Hillsboro and surrounding areas. Conditions are such that motorists can still travel in these areas, but should be advised that heavy snow and blowing snow is causing reduced visibility and icy conditions. Motorists are encouraged to reduce speeds and drive according to the conditions.
The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) has extended the Travel Alert to north central and northeast North Dakota due to areas of heavy snow and blowing snow causing reduced visibility and snow covered roadways with areas of scattered drifts. This includes the cities of Minot, Devils Lake, Grand Forks and surrounding areas.
The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) has extended the Travel Alert to include the cities of Grand Forks, Drayton, Cavalier, Cooperstown and surrounding areas due to blowing snow sticking to the roadways causing areas of scattered slush, compacted snow, and continuous ice.
The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) has issued a Travel Alert for south central North Dakota including the cities of Jamestown, Valley City, Edgeley, Ellendale and surrounding areas due to blowing snow sticking to the roadways causing areas of scattered slush, compacted snow, and continuous ice.
Local residents baffled at the unfamiliar loud sounds coming from their cellphones Monday morning can rest assured it wasn’t their fault.
Just after 9 a.m., many in the region received an unprompted “emergency alert” telling them a blizzard warning was in effect. “Prepare. Avoid Travel. Check media,” the alert read.
By Ryan Johnson, Forum News Service
, February 19, 2013
The North Dakota Department of Transportation and North Dakota Highway Patrol have issued a travel alert statewide through Monday morning due to strong winds of 40 mph or higher, with gusts as high as 60 mph. Winds this strong will make travel difficult especially for high profile vehicles.
The North Dakota Highway Patrol has issued a travel alert between Jamestown and Carrington, N.D., due to ice roads and poor visibility. THe patrol said visibility is down to 30 to 50 feet because of blowing snow and travel speeds are 33 to 45 mph.
The North Dakota Department of Transportation has issued a travel alert for western and central North Dakota through Monday. Conditions are such that motorists can still travel, but should be advised that snow and blowing snow are causing reduced visibility.
The North Dakota Department of Transportation has issued a travel alert for the south central region of North Dakota due to blowing and drifting snow which is sticking to the roadway and causing areas of extremely icy road conditions.
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