UPDATE 11:58 12/1/19

The portion of I-35 between Proctor and Scanlon that was closed Saturday night and Sunday morning has been reopened, but MNDOT is still advising against travel on this stretch of roadway and most roads across the state due to heavy snow.

MNDOT and WISDOT are reporting that area roads are still snow-covered and travel is not recommended.

If you're wondering what that looks like, former Duluth reported Jennifer Austin shared a video shortly after the road was reopened. Yes, it's open, but as MNDOT says, travel is not advised.

You can track the latest on road conditions here.

UPDATE: 9:40 AM 12/1/19

The stretch of Interstate 35 between Proctor and Scanlon remains closed as of Sunday morning. Reports of several vehicles in the ditch and snow on the road in the area. The image above is from a road camera near Thompson Hill area, displaying those very same conditions.

MNDOT and WISDOT are reporting that all area roads are still snow-covered, and travel is still not advised in Duluth and Superior on municipal roadways, and MNDOT is advising no travel on US Highway 2 between Duluth and Saginaw, US Highway 53 between Duluth and Cotton, and on MN Highway 194 between Duluth and Saginaw.

ORIGINAL STORY 11:36 PM 11/30/19

MNDOT

As road conditions continue to remain poor due to heavy snow and strong wind, a piece of Interstate 35 just south of Duluth has been closed. The stretch of I35 from Exit 249 at Boundary Avenue (Proctor) to Exit 237 at MN Highway 33 (Scanlon) was reported closed by MNDOT just before 11 pm on Saturday night. You can view the image above full size here.

Looking at other road conditions from MNDOT and WISDOT, all area roads are labeled as completely covered with snow, with travel not advised on US Highway 2 between Duluth and Saginaw, US Highway 53 between Duluth and Cotton, and on MN Highway 194 between Duluth and Saginaw. This accompanies no travel advisories from Duluth and Superior city governments as well.

You can track the latest on this closure and all road conditions here.

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