RAPID CITY, S.D. (KELO) — A blizzard warning is in effect in western South Dakota as conditions continue to worsen.

The South Dakota Department of Transportation announced that Interstate 90 from Chamberlain to the Wyoming border.

There is a no travel advisory in place in Spearfish.

Roads around Rapid City are seeing drifting snow, slippery spots and visibility at less than one half mile according to the SDDOT. The Rapid City Municipal Government Facebook page posted at noon CST that crews are working clear main lines, emergency routes and hills.

Around 1 p.m. MT, the Pennington County Sheriff’s Office said driving conditions were “dangerous” and posted a photo of a jackknifed semi-truck on Highway 44.

Rapid City officials urges caution for those that have to travel and say snow could worsen around 2 p.m.

To the north, roads between near Deadwood are seeing packed snow, drifting snow and slippery spots.

Meade County has suspended operations for the Highway Department as of 1:50 p.m. MT which means that secondary highways will not be plowed.

No travel is advised for much of southcentral South Dakota as well.

From SD-44 to US-85, no travel is advised.

There is also no travel advised on highways around Sturgis and Lead.

According to the South Dakota Rural Electric Association, Meade County has 38 consumers without power. There are three consumers in Butte County and three consumers in Perkins County without power. Custer County lists one consumer without power.

In Rapid City, transit operations have been suspended and city offices are closed.

All flights departing the Rapid City Regional Airport have been cancelled.

The Pennington County Sheriff’s Office tweeted that there is strong wind and drifting snow in and around Wall.

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