Interstate 29 open, no travel advisory remains
Interstate 29 from Fargo to the Canadian border is open as of noon Thursday, according to the North Dakota Department of Transportation and the North Dakota Highway Patrol.
High winds, reduced visibility and blowing snow continue to make driving hazardous and a no travel advisory remains in effect for northeastern North Dakota, NDDOT said. Motorists are advised not to travel until later in the day when conditions are expected to improve as high winds diminish.
Cities included in the no travel advisory include Grafton, Michigan, Grand Forks, Hillsboro and surrounding areas. All travel alerts in other areas of the state have been lifted, NDDOT said.