Around 7:20 a.m. Monday, Interstate 29 opened from Sioux Falls to the North Dakota border. However, some parts of I-29 are considered “no travel advised.”
Officials shut down the interstate from Sioux Falls to the Canadian border on Sunday because of white-out conditions and zero visibility. Drivers were tackling icy roads and drifting snow and blowing snow Sunday afternoon.
Monday morning, Interstate 90 from Luverne, Minnesota, to Alden, Minnesota, opened up. On Sunday, the Minnesota Department of Transportation shut down the interstate from Luverne to near Albert Lea.