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UPDATE: No travel advisory lifted on Wadena and Todd county highways

Blowing snow with low visibility created hazardous driving conditions.

A view of winter roads.
A no travel advisory is in effect on Friday, Feb. 11 for Wadena and Todd County highways. A snowplow view shows the roads near Wadena around 10:30 a.m. on Friday.
Contributed / Minnesota Department of Transportation

WADENA — The Minnesota Department of Transportation has lifted a no travel advisory on state highways in Wadena and Todd counties that was in affect earlier in the day due to high winds, blowing snow and low visibility on Friday, Feb. 11. The advisory was lifted at approximately 12:40 p.m., according to a news release from MnDOT.

No travel advised means that the roadway has deteriorated and/or visibility has been reduced to the point that it is very dangerous to travel.

Snowplows will continue to operate.

Hwy 10 from Moorhead to Detroit Lakes remains closed at this time. No travel advisory remains in effect for other state highways in Becker, Douglas, Grant, Mahnomen, Otter Tail, Wilkin and portions of Traverse County.

WADENA — Blowing snow, limited visibility and dropping temperatures have created dangerous driving conditions in our area. A winter weather advisory remains in place until noon Friday. Hwy 10 from Moorhead to Detroit Lakes remains closed at this time. No travel advisory remains in effect for other state highways in Becker, Douglas, Grant, Mahnomen, Otter Tail, Wilkin and portions of Traverse County.

For tips on safe winter driving, visit mndot.gov/workzone/winter.html.

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