MnDOT announces highway openings in SW Minnesota

The Minnesota Department of Transportation announced that all highways in southwestern Minnesota are now open but warns motorists that driving conditions will range from normal to very challenging as they may encounter ice and high winds.

“No Travel Advised” remains on highways in Rock and Nobles County and Highway 30 in Cottonwood County.

MnDOT snowplow operators have worked hard to improve road conditions; however, travelers should use caution and watch for slippery spots, especially in open areas. Strong winds and blowing snow may create intermittent whiteout conditions.

Check MnDOT’s road conditions map at

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