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Travel advisory issued for northwestern North Dakota

BISMARCK -- The North Dakota Department of Transportation has issued a travel alert for the northwestern part of the state as freezing rain is creating icy road conditions.

BISMARCK -- The North Dakota Department of Transportation has issued a travel alert for the northwestern part of the state as freezing rain is creating icy road conditions.

The alert includes the cities of Watford City and Williston, as well as surrounding areas.

Drivers are allowed to travel, but they are encouraged to use extreme caution, reduced speeds and drive according to conditions.

A travel alert has the potential to change into a no travel advisory if conditions deteriorate.

Drivers wanting up-to-date information should call 511 or go to the http://www.dot.nd.gov/%20website .

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