SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – While no-travel advisories have been lifted across most of South Dakota, the eastern side of South Dakota continues to see bad driving conditions.
Hazards like blowing snow and slippery roads in the more rural parts of the state have several local agencies telling people to take caution.
Watertown Mayor, Sarah Caron, has called a snow day for the City of Watertown Friday.
“Road conditions are bad and people should not travel unless absolutely necessary. The Street Department will be out clearing roads which will be easier and safer with less traffic,” Caron said.
Law enforcement in several other counties are taking to social media to advise people to take caution while traveling.
To get the latest on road conditions check safetravelusa.com or call 511.