BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — The no travel advisory for areas of central North Dakota including north and west of Bismarck and Center has been lifted.
But North Dakota transportation authorities instead issued a travel alert for the same areas.
A travel alert means motorists can still travel, but should be advised of rapidly changing conditions.
Interstate-29 from Grand Forks to the Canadian Border remains closed and so is Interstate-94 from Bismarck to Fargo.
Motorists also are not being allowed to use U.S. Highway 2 from Devils Lake to Grand Forks.
The National Weather Service has issued blizzard warnings for much of the Dakotas and part of Minnesota, with snow amounts of up to 20 inches possible.