A no-travel advisory has now been lifted for all state highways in west-central Minnesota.

The Minnesota Department of Transportation had issued a no-travel advisory around midnight for several state highway segments in the region, due to a mix of snow and ice. That advisory was in effect until 7 a.m. today for these highways:

  • Highway 29 – Wadena to Parkers Prairie
  • Highway 78 – South of Battle Lake
  • Highway 106 – Highway 10 to Deer Creek
  • Highway 108 – Ottertail to Henning
  • Highway 210 – Battle Lake to Hewitt 

A no-travel advisory was lifted after 2 a.m. today on these highways:

  • Interstate 94 – Highway 108 to Osakis
  • Highway 27 – Highway 55 near Hoffman to I-94
  • Highway 29 – Parkers Prairie to Glenwood
  • Highway 54 – Elbow Lake to Highway 27
  • Highway 55 – Highway 59 to Highway 9
  • Highway 59 – Dunvilla to I-94 and I-94 to Elbow Lake
  • Highway 78 – Ottertail to Battle Lake
  • Highway 79 – Elbow Lake to I-94
  •  Highway 114 – I-94 to Highway 55 near Lowry

Snowplows have been out treating the roadways, says MnDOT, but motorists were urged to drive with caution as road conditions may still be slippery in some areas, especially on bridges, overpasses and tunnels.

For real-time traffic and travel information in Minnesota, visitwww.511mn.org 

A winter weather advisory issued by the National Weather Service for areas north of a line from Morris to St. Cloud expired at 6 a.m. Monday.