UPDATED 12:48 p.m.
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KELO) — Road conditions are expected to change almost hourly throughout the day as snow stops and winds pick up.
Most of eastern KELOLAND is in a Winter Storm Warning until midnight Friday. A Blizzard Warning follows from midight to 6 p.m. Saturday.
KELOLAND’s Don Jorgensen was driving near Interstate 29 near Vermillion. He reported strong winds causing drifting on the interstate, but said the snow has let up. He also said he saw three or four cars in the ditch. You can his video above.
For the latest road conditions in South Dakota, dial 5-1-1 or check SafeTravelUSA.com.
Interstate 90 in Minnesota has reopened after a crash shut parts of the interstate down late Friday morning.
Officials in Minnesota say travel is only one lane west bound.
In South Dakota, the South Dakota Department of Transportation issued a no travel advised for Interstate 90 from Mount Vernon to Humboldt.
More advisories are expected throughout the day.
Minnesota officials have closed part of Interstate 90 east of the South Dakota border.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation District 7 said a crash has caused the closure for both directions on the interstate in between Beaver Creek and Luverne.
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:
- Storm Center PM Update – Saturday, September 26: Cooler Temperatures Finally Arrive; A Few Showers Possible
For a full list of weather alerts in KELOLAND, click here.
✈ 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).