Roads Remain Hazardous After Bismarck Blizzard

StoryfulPublished: January 13, 20175 views
Published: January 13, 2017

<a href="http://bismarcktribune.com/news/local/interstate-reopened-as-plows-continue-to-clear-city-streets/article_fcecf291-d6ed-5af8-bb0c-8d0a7e52f627.html" target="_blank">Highways re-opened</a> around Bismarck, North Dakota, on Tuesday, January 27, following a blizzard, though travel conditions remained hazardous. Travel advisories remained in place for much of the region.

The piles of snow on the sides of the road were higher than some vehicles in spots, which can be seen in this video. Bismarck’s snow total from the blizzard stood at 12.5 inches, <a href="https://twitter.com/NWSBismarck/status/813579998292537345" target="_blank">according to the National Weather Service</a>. Areas north of the city received nearly two feet of snow.

The <span class="caps">NWS</span> <a href="https://twitter.com/NWSBismarck/status/813870700591280128" target="_blank">warned</a> high winds could cause blowing snow on Wednesday, creating hazardous driving conditions.

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