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All ND Interstates Re-Opened in Valley

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As of 7:30 a.m. Tuesday, all North Dakota interstates that were closed because of Monday's snowstorm have been re-opened.

The stretch of I-29 from Grand Forks to the Canadian border was the last to be cleared and was re-opened at 7:30. Minutes before, the ND DOT had opened I-94 from Bismarck to Fargo, and I-29 from Grand Forks to the South Dakota line. South Dakota officials have also opened I-29 from the North Dakota border to Brookings.

From the ND DOT: The North Dakota Department of Transportation along with the North Dakota Highway Patrol have also opened ND HWY 13 (all lanes) from Wahpeton to I-29, and ND HWY 2 (all lanes) from Devils Lake to Grand Forks.

Lifted No Travel Advisories:

A No Travel Advisory has been lifted for central North Dakota including the cities of Steele, Napoleon, Linton, Jamestown, Valley City, Edgeley, Ashley, Ellendale and the surrounding areas. A Travel Alert remains in effect for the area.

A No Travel Advisory is also lifted for areas in northeast North Dakota including the cities of Devils Lake, Carrington, and surrounding areas.

A No Travel Advisory has been lifted for areas in southeast North Dakota including the cities of Fargo, Wyndmere, Wahpeton, Lisbon, Forman, and surrounding areas.

North Dakota Highway Patrol has lifted a No Travel Advisory for northeast North Dakota including the cities of Grand Forks, Drayton, and the surrounding area.

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