Strong winds and fluffy snow on the ground created blizzard conditions once again. Conditions in eastern, South Dakota got severe enough where the state had closed down Interstate 29 from North Dakota to Sioux Falls.
The conditions were just as bad in North Dakota where officials had closed their interstate from South Dakota to Grand Forks.
Beside dangerous traveling conditions, wind chill readings were just as dangerous. Just outside of Webster, a wind chill reading of -45 was recorded and near South Shore a wind chill of -43 was observed.
Other locations like Langford in Marshall County had a wind chill of -40 and near Claremont in Brown County saw -41 degrees wind chill.
Unfortunately, cold and below normal temperatures are forecast to stay around for awhile.