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Blizzard conditions make for tough for driving & clearing snow

FARGO-MOORHEAD (KVRR) – A little over a week after having a snowstorm, North Dakota and Minnesota are once again digging out. Blizzard conditions for those driving and spending the morning clearing snow Tuesday night and Wednesday morning were less than ideal. The City of Fargo closed 19th Avenue North between 18th Street South and Dakota Drive due to strong winds,…

People keep shovels and sleds handy for continuous snowfall

When you live in the upper midwest, winter is a great time to make memories and spend time with family and friends.

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) -As snow keeps falling, people continue to keep those shovels and sleds on hand. “Well it is about that time of year, start getting some more snow, so we are out here shoveling – getting it done before the Vikings play at noon,” said Spence Evans of Fargo. “I’m shoveling my mom’s driveway. I mean it is…

Update: I-29 reopened following winter storm

UPDATE: I-29 reopened in North Dakota from the Canada border to South Dakota

Courtesy: North Dakota Highway PatrolFARGO (KVRR) – Interstate 29 in North Dakota has been reopened between the Canada border and South Dakota. At one time, several roads in the region were partially or completely covered with snow and about 1,500 customers of Nodak Electric Cooperative in Grand Forks had no power. The North Dakota Highway Patrol says icy conditions may…

Prepare for snowy and icy driving conditions with caution

"Always be prepared when it is cold."

NORTH DAKOTA & MINNESOTA (KVRR) – Chilly temperatures, snow and wind can mean less than ideal driving conditions for drivers. As winter weather is moving in, people need to be careful and cautious when hitting the road. “Allow extra time for travel, know what the conditions are, look at your local weather forecast and know what is going on. If…

Snow likely to help persistent drought conditions

BISMARCK, N.D. – A storm system that is expected to bring snow to North Dakota late this week could help improve long-term drought conditions that persist in the state. Forecasters are expecting 2 to 4 inches of snow in the eastern half of the state with up to 6 inches in the northeastern corner of North Dakota. Wind gusts of…

Icy roads, snow lead to crashes in Fargo-Moorhead area

Highway 10 near Glyndon, Minn.GLYNDON, Minn. (KVRR) – The Minnesota State Patrol says troopers are responding to several rollover crashes and vehicles are spinning out out of control in west-central parts of the state. About two inches of snow, along with ice-coated roads, are causing some hazardous travel condition across the region. Sgt. Jesse Grabow says no serious injuries were…

Driving conditions somewhat difficult as snow falls and temperatures drop

FARGO, N.D. — As the snow continues to fall and temperatures continue to drop, the biggest concern Thursday evening into Friday morning is the ice on the roads. There have been some reports of crashes in the metro. In West Fargo, a jackknifed semi was stopped along I-94 near the Main Avenue exit. In a Tweet, Minnesota State Patrol Sergeant…

Dakotas, Minnesota brace for winter storm late Thursday into Friday

FARGO (KVRR) – A strong winter storm is expected to cause blizzard conditions across western Minnesota and portions of the eastern Dakotas Thursday into Friday. The National Weather Service says a blizzard is in effect from 6:00 p.m. Thursday to 6:00 p.m. Friday in parts of northeast South Dakota and west central Minnesota. About 1-3 inches of snow are expected…

Driving conditions remain difficult as snow continues to fall across FM metro

Several crashes have been reported

FARGO, N.D. — Snow continues falling in the FM metro, making driving conditions more difficult. Those who are thinking about getting behind the wheel should be extra cautious as the roads are slick. In a tweet, Minnesota State Patrol Sgt. Jesse Grabow says troopers have responded to several crashes and vehicles sliding off the road along I-94. Fargo Public Works…