UPDATED: Nearly all highways in southwest ND under no-travel advisoryMost highways in southwest North Dakota are under a no-travel advisory, according to the North Dakota Department of Transportation’s website.
Most highways in southwest North Dakota are under a no-travel advisory, according to the North Dakota Department of Transportation’s website.
There is a no-travel advisory in effect for these roads:
— Interstate 94 from the Montana border to Richardton.
— All of Highway 85 from the South Dakota border to Williston.
— All of Highway 22.
— All of Highway 16 from Golva to the Highway 68 junction.
— Highway 21 between Highway 85 junction to the Highway 8 junction
— All of Highway 67.
— Highway 12 from the Montana border to the South Dakota border
— Highway 8 from the Highway 21 junction to the Highway 12 junction.
Every major highway in northwest North Dakota, including Highway 2, is under a no-travel advisory. There are ice and snow travel advisories on all other roads in western North Dakota.
Billings, Dunn, Golden Valley and McKenzie counties are under a Blizzard Warning by the National Weather Service. All other counties in The Dickinson Press coverage area are in a Winter Weather Advisory.