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Published December 25, 2009, 02:02 PM

No Travel Advisory Extended For Most Of North Dakota

The North Dakota Department of Transportation has extended the No Travel Advisory for the entire state, except the northwest corner, because of snow, blowing snow and reduced visibility.

FARGO, N.D. (AP) - The North Dakota Department of Transportation

has extended the No Travel Advisory for the entire state, except

the northwest corner, because of snow, blowing snow and reduced

visibility.

A Travel Alert remains in effect for the northwest corner of the

state.

Interstate 29 remains closed from the Canadian border to the

Iowa border.

No Travel Advisories are issued when conditions warrant no

travel but not a road closure. No Travel Advisories have the

potential to change to a road closure if conditions deteriorate.

Travel Alerts are issued to alert motorists that areas of

challenging winter weather driving conditions may be encountered.

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