Updated 12:20 p.m.

WATERTOWN, S.D. (KELO) — Interstate 29 has reopened after being closed overnight.

The South Dakota Department of Transportation announced Tuesday that Interstate 29 would close to travelers from Watertown to the North Dakota state line at 8 p.m. CT.

The interstate reopened just after noon Wednesday.

While the interstate is open, the Department of Transportation says the roads are still ice covered and slippery.

Plows will still be on the interstate clearing the snow.

SD road conditions

Law enforcement agencies are asking vehicle operators to be prepared for longer commute times.

Road conditions across South Dakota could change quickly as the weather develops.

There was no travel advised on Interstate 90 for part of the day.

Blowing snow and strong winds made traveling difficult.

A semi-truck traveling on I-90 became stuck near the Spencer exit Wednesday afternoon. Our KELOLAND News crew drove by the semi as it was stuck.

Drivers can get an idea of what to expect on the South Dakota 511 website.

SD511 as of 12:20 p.m. CT Wednesday

KELOLAND Closeline

As weather conditions change, check the KELOLAND Closeline for the latest school and businesses closings across South Dakota. Several cities also put snow emergency information on the Closeline.

Snowfall totals

Most of South Dakota has some sort of winter weather alert in place. According to our meteorologists in the KELOLAND Live Doppler HD Storm Center, snow accumulations will likely be on the lighter side in many locations (mainly 1-2″), but areas to the northeast may see more with localized banding possible.

Live cams

You can watch as the storm moves into South Dakota by visiting our KELOLAND Live Cam page. It includes views from more than 30 communities across our area so you can check as the weather changes.