Minneapolis – A fierce feeling winter storm shed more than 11 centimeters of snow on the tracks South Dakota and North Dakota, temporarily interrupting traffic on the roads.
Authorities reopened Interstate 94 on Sunday between Bismarck and Fargo. The 29th was reopened from Grand Forks (North Dakota) to Watertown (South Dakota).
In South Dakota, the authorities reopened a section of the Interstate Highway 90 between Wall and Mitchell.
The National Weather Service reported that the storm covered 15 inches of snow with Herman and Pelican Rapids in northwestern Minnesota.
They fell 13 inches in Detroit Lakes, and 30 centimeters (12 inches) in Mahnomen and Holloway.
The bus service in Fargo-Moorhead was suspended for one hour on Saturday night due to poor road conditions.