Fargo, North Dakota – As a result of the snow that fell in the spring, it is strongly recommended that you do not travel through certain parts of northeastern North Dakota.
A No Travel Advisory has been issued by the North Dakota Department of Transportation for many counties, including Grand Forks, Traill, and Stutsman, to name a few.
At the time that this article was written, Cass County was under a Travel Alert, which means that motorists need to exercise caution and allow themselves additional travel time.
This page contains the most recent conditions provided by NDDOT.
A review of the road maps provided by the Minnesota Department of Transportation reveals that the northern region of the state has multiple highways that are either completely or partially covered in snow. Here you can view the current road conditions maintained by the MNDOT.
When ditches are flooded, snowy conditions present an exceptionally hazardous driving environment. If you are in a car that has gone off the road and into a ditch that is filled with water, you are strongly encouraged to exit the vehicle as soon as possible, get out of the water, and then contact the authorities.