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Update 9 a.m. Sunday: The Sioux Falls Police Department has lifted the no travel advisory for Sioux Falls.

All emergency routes have been cleared. A snow alert has been declared, and snow removal efforts continue across the city. For the full plowing schedule, go to www.siouxfalls.org/snowalert.

Some scattered slippery spots and drifting may continue in Sioux Falls, so drivers are asked to continue to use caution while traveling. Reduce your speed when snow and/or ice are present on roadways, and allow at least three times the normal following distance from the vehicle in front of you. Stay four car lengths behind maintenance vehicles so that the drivers can see you. 

EARLIER STORY

Sioux Falls police are asking the public to stay home. 

The police department released a no-travel advisory at 9:30 a.m. Saturday in the midst of heavy snow paired with high wind speeds.

More: No snow? Don’t let your guard down: Storm coming in ‘slower’ and ‘stronger,’ NWS says

Visibility is currently near zero in town, and scattered slippery spots are making travel dangerous, police say. 

Snow removal crews are out in full force, but street conditions are not favorable at this time. 

Follow @argus911 for more updates on this developing storm. 

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Streets were most deserted during Saturday’s snowstorm, but not everyone stayed home.

 

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