UPDATE: I-29 and I-90 open

Published: Mar. 17, 2023 at 6:34 PM CDT
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SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (Dakota News Now) - Update: As of 9:30 a.m. Saturday, both Interstate 29 and 90 have reopened, but Highway Patrol urges drivers to still be cautious while traveling.

No travel advisories are still in place on some state highways in northeast South Dakota.

According to the SD Department of Transportation, snow removal equipment will be working to remove remaining ice and snow on the roads throughout the day.

For more information and updates on road and weather conditions, visit SD511.org or call 511.

UPDATE: I-29 and I-90 open
UPDATE: I-29 and I-90 open(South Dakota Department of Transportation)

PREVIOUSLY: According to the South Dakota Department of Transportation, strong winds mixed with the recent snowfall is causing ice-covered roads and blizzard-like conditions, prompting I-29 and I-90 to be closed in parts of the state.

Several accidents have already been reported due to near zero visibility.

I-29 northbound and southbound are closed from the North Dakota state line to Sioux Falls.

I-90 eastbound and westbound are closed from Sioux Falls to Chamberlain.

No Travel Advisories have been put in place on secondary highways throughout South Dakota. The department of transportation is urging travelers to not use secondary highways to avoid interstate closures.