Travel Not Advised In Most Of Eastern North Dakota
Carol McCarthy | Dec 5, 2017 AT 7:42 am
(Grand Forks, ND) -- Authorities are advising travelers not to go out on the roads in most of eastern North Dakota. The state Department of Transportation's Travel Information Map shows that the no travel advisory area extends from just south of Grand Forks on Interstate 29 all the way to the Canadian border. Interstate 94 from east of Valley City to west of Jamestown is also unsafe for travel, according to the DOT. The Fargo area isn't under any of the warnings despite high winds and snow hitting the state yesterday.