Blowing snow causing low visibility in northeastern S.D.

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SUMMIT, S.D. (KELO) — High wind speeds are creating low visibility on roads in northeastern KELOLAND. 

According to the South Dakota Department of Transportation, Interstate 29 southbound from the Summit Exit 207 was blocked for a crash from 7:15 a.m. to 10:15 a.m. Tuesday. Road reports in northeastern South Dakota say blowing snow is creating near zero visibility conditions. 

A KELOLAND viewer sent video of the conditions at 8 a.m. near Stockholm in Grant County. You can see the video below.

A winter weather advisory has been issued until 4 p.m. for Codington, Day, Deuel, Grant, Marshall and Roberts counties in northeastern South Dakota.

Travelers should expect changing conditions.

Winter Weather Resources

Here is the latest forecast update from the KELOLAND Live Doppler HD Storm Center:

Learn about the approaching storm in-depth from the KELOLAND Live Doppler HD Storm Center in the latest forecast update from our meteorologists:

For a full list of weather alerts in KELOLAND, click here.

Travel Resources

🚗 Driving

You can view road conditions in South Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska, North Dakota or Wyoming. You can also call 511.

✈ By Air

You can check airport delays at Sioux Falls Regional Airport or Rapid City Regional Airport. If you are flying to a major hub, be sure to check that airport’s status as well. Some common hubs out of KELOLAND are: Minneapolis/St. Paul, Denver or Chicago (O’Hare).

You can check the up-to-the-minute travel waivers from each airline’s website: Delta, American, United, Frontier or Allegiant.


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