Some freezing rain in northeastern South Dakota may cause some travel issues Friday morning.
According to Safe Travel USA's website, Interstate 29 and many state highways in that area are reporting slippery conditions with ice on the roads. Officials advise drivers to slow down. So, be sure to give yourself extra time when traveling. Deuel County officials have even issued a no travel advisory because of the conditions.
A few schools are opening late Friday morning. View our KELOLAND Closeline online.
A small portion of the northeast is also under a Freezing Rain Advisory. This includes the Brookings, Watertown and Marshall, Minnesota, areas.
Although the freezing rain won't stay long, we'll be colder through the day Friday with cloudy skies and breezy north winds.