Sioux Falls, S.D. - The Sioux Falls Regional Airport is closed from 10:00 Sunday night until 1:00 Monday afternoon to keep travelers safe. At least five of the flights schedule to land in Sioux Falls Sunday night were canceled.
The airport's executive director said passengers should check with their airline for rebooking and updated flight information.
As for drivers, the snow and wind is expected to make a dangerous mess. You can stay up-to-date on the road conditions with safetravelusa.com. The South Dakota Highway Patrol warns people who need to get out on the roads to prepare ahead of time and take it slow.
“Stay in the pathways that are kind of plowed out because if you get in that slush or snow, there’s a good chance that you're going to get pulled into the ditch. Drive slow, wear your seat belt, following distance. Give yourself plenty of time,” Sgt. Steve Swenson said.
Some of the things you can keep in your car's survival kit include water, snacks, a blanket, and some warm clothing like gloves.