No-travel advisory lifted for all of North Dakota, alert remains in place

FARGO - No-travel advisories have now been lifted for all of North Dakota, according to the North Dakota Department of Transportation and the North Dakota Highway Patrol.
Emergency crews were busy Wednesday as snow-covered roads and poor visibility made for unpleasant traveling conditions in and around the Jamestown, N.D., area. The area is part of a no-travel advisory. John M. Steiner / Forum News Service

FARGO – No-travel advisories have now been lifted for all of North Dakota, according to the North Dakota Department of Transportation and the North Dakota Highway Patrol.

A travel alert remains in effect for areas in eastern North Dakota, including: Jamestown, Valley City, Ellendale, Cooperstown, Grand Forks, Grafton, Cavalier, Drayton and surrounding areas due to wet and slushy road conditions.

A travel alert means conditions are such that motorists may still travel in these areas, but they should be alert to changing conditions and drive accordingly.