Weather Forecast


Many highways reporting fair conditions, Hwy 71 and Hwy 4 north of Hwy 55 reported as hazardous

Road conditions across much of west central Minnesota have improved this afternoon, according to the Minnesota Department of Transportation.

MnDOT’s website shows most highways in the region in fair driving condition as  of 2 p.m. this afternoon.

The primary trouble spots are the following two highways reporting hazardous driving conditions, according to

Highway 71 between Sauk Centre and Belgrade: MnDOT reports this highway has drifting and blowing snow on the roadway. Visibility is reduced.

Minnesota Highway 4 between Minnesota Highway 55 (near Paynesville) and Interstate 94 (near Melrose): MnDOT reports this highway stretch has drifting and blowing snow on the roadway. Visibility is reduced.

These highways that were closed on Sunday night have reopened Monday: Highway 67 from Highway 212 to Highway 59

Highway 71 from Willmar to Redwood Falls

Highway 4 from Highway 19 to Highway 7

Highway 19 from Highway 23 to Highway 7

Interstate 94 from Moorhead to Alexandria

Highway 10 from Moorhead to Detroit Lakes

Highway 210 from Breckenridge to Fergus Falls