Motorists in the Dakotas are being urged to take precautions if they're traveling in the extreme cold pushing through the region.
Wind chills in some areas are in the minus 30s, 40s and 50s. Our KELOLAND Weather team warns this type of weather is truly life threatening if you are not prepared for it. Read the latest update from the Storm Center.
North Dakota's Transportation Department is urging motorists in much of that state to beware of blowing snow that's reducing visibility and scattered ice that's creating slick conditions. Officials say can you visit Safe Travel USA to see what road conditions look like.
The sub-zero temperatures are keeping some flights from taking off. If you're planning on heading out of the Sioux Falls Regional Airport, be sure to check the website. Many flights to Chicago have been cancelled.
Visit our KELOLAND Closeline to view school and user-submitted cancelations.