North Dakota – Intense Blizzard Shuts Down Nearly 300 Miles of I-94

Zero visibility – No travel advised in parts of North and South Dakota – Snow emergencies declared – Brutal Cold to Follow

7 Dec 2016 – A nearly 300-mile stretch of Interstate 94 was shut down in North Dakota.

 

Parts of both I-29 and Highway 2 were also closed due to zero visibility and blowing and drifting snow.

Residents have been asked not to travel in Minot, Devils Lake, Bismarck, Valley City, Fargo, Grand Forks and surrounding areas.

 

Minot International Airport shut down.

Schools, businesses and government offices were also shut down.

The cities of Bismarck, Minot and Lincoln all declared snow emergencies on Tuesday.

Sub-zero low temperatures are forecast in portions of the Dakotas Thursday and Friday mornings.

https://weather.com/news/news/north-south-dakota-minnesota-blizzard-impacts

Thanks to Dean Koehler for this link


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