The area on Interstate 94 near Hobart Lake is more prone to icy road conditions, Bryan Niewind, captain for the North Dakota Highway Patrol said.
He said the area, located near mile marker 283, is one of several spots on the interstate that accumulates with ice more than others.
"The wind has a tendency to really blow through there," he said. "There's nothing to stop it because it's a wide open lake. With the sun shining and snow blowing, it'll stick to the road."
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