UPDATE (9-22-19): The North Dakota Department of Transportation and North Dakota Highway Patrol have opened I-29 near Grand Forks as well as sections of US Highway 52 near Fessenden and Sykeston.
ND 200 near Hurdsfield remains closed due to flooding.
ORIGINAL STORY (9-21-19): The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) and the North Dakota Highway Patrol have closed sections of highways in central North Dakota and I-29 near Grand Forks due to flooding.
Motorists are advised to check road conditions before travel due to rapidly flowing water levels changing in some areas throughout the weekend.
Sections of Highways closed due to water on roadway:
-I-29 northbound and southbound lanes are closed at Exit 141 in Grand Forks. Motorist need to use detour along US 81.
-ND 200 from Hurdsfield to US 52 Junction ( approximately 15 miles) from mile marker 254 to 268. Motorists need to use alternate routes.
-US Highway 52 east of Sykeston, near ND 30 Junction at mile marker 208. Motorists need to use alternate routes.
-US 52 south of Fessenden, near ND 15 Junction at mile marker 186. Motorists need to use alternate routes.