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Travel Difficult In NE KELOLAND

January 18, 2014, 10:23 AM

Travel Difficult In NE KELOLAND
I-29 Near Summit

SIOUX FALLS, SD -

Wind gusts and blowing snow are making travel difficult for drivers in KELOLAND, especially in the Northeast part of the state.

According to Safe Travel USA, the current conditions are snowy, icy and slippery for much of the Northeast beginning around the Dell Rapids exit on Interstate 29.

Wind gusts are expected for much of the morning and won’t diminish until late in the afternoon.

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