Snowfall continued through Monday night, leaving plenty of snow and ice on roadways.

Minnehaha County Sheriff’s Sgt. Ryan Qualseth said non-emergency route streets, along with rural roads, may have snow or slick conditions through Tuesday morning.

According to SafeTravelUSA, most of South Dakota’s major highways still have some snow or ice on roadways.

Department of Public Safety spokesperson Tony Mangan said road conditions will be similar to Monday, and drivers need to take caution. He said that wind could also play a factor throughout Tuesday, adding another challenge to driving conditions.

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Sioux Falls snow alerts: The city will declare a snow alert when crews plan to plow all city streets. If vehicles are parked on emergency snow routes after 2 inches of snowfall, they could be towed. Visit for more information.

Winter Weather Preparedness Guide: The Department of Public Safety has tips and advice for winter weather safety. For more information, visit the DPS website (PDF).

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