(Fargo, ND) -- As the winter storm begins to move out of North Dakota, travel restrictions are beginning to ease in the state.
The North Dakota Department of Transportation has announced I-94 has reopened from Dickinson to Fargo. The roadway had been closed since late Tuesday afternoon due to the heavy snowfall and deteriorating conditions.
As for no travel advisories in across North Dakota, several have been pulled as of Wednesday morning, including in Cass County. However, those no travel advisories as of 9:30 a.m. remain in effect for Steele, Grand Forks, Walsh, Griggs, Benson and Pembina counties until further notice.
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