No travel advisory lifted for northeastern North Dakota; travel alert remains in effect

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GRAND FORKS, North Dakota — A no travel advisory has been lifted for northeastern North Dakota, but a travel alert remains in effect due to high winds and blowing snow that are causing reduced visibility and areas of scattered, compacted snow and pillow drifts on roads.

The North Dakota Department of Transportation says the alert includes areas along U.S. 2 to the Canada border in Rugby, Bottineau, Devils Lake, Langdon, Grand Forks, Cavalier, Grafton, Dayton and surrounding areas.

Officials say drivers can still travel but may come across areas with challenging driving conditions.

Road conditions are available by phone at 511 and online at .

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