UPDATE: Portions of I-90 to remain closed

UPDATE, 4:43 p.m. Friday

Portions of Interstate 90 will remain closed overnight and possibly remain closed until further notice, department of transportation officials said Friday afternoon.

Westbound I-90:
- Open to local traffic only: Sioux Falls (Marion Road Exit 395) to Humboldt Exit 379. I-29 on-ramp to I-90 is closed.
- Closed Humboldt Exit 379 to Bridgewater Exit 357
- Open Bridgewater Exit 379 west

Eastbound I-90:
- Open to Mitchell
- Open to local traffic only Mitchell exit 330 to Bridgewater exit 357
- Closed Bridgewater exit 357 to Humboldt exit 379
- Open Humboldt to Sioux Falls

Officials say water has continued to rise in the closed areas of I-90 and with the already overly saturated ground, it will take some time for waters to recede. Motorists are urged not to drive around barricades unless the route is noted as open to local traffic only.

You can find the latest road closures on the DOT's website.
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UPDATE, 7:45 a.m. Friday

Portions of Interstate 90 in southeast South Dakota are beginning to reopen as floodwaters recede.

According to the South Dakota Department of Transportation, I-90 is open from Sioux Falls to the Humboldt exit. The Interstate is also open west of Mitchell.

Most of the Interstate between Humboldt and Mitchell remains closed, though a few portions are open for local traffic.

The Minnehaha County Sheriff's Office tweeted Friday morning the only way in and out of Brandon is by I-90.

You can check the latest closures on the DOT's road condition map.

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Several highways, roads, and streets are closed due to flooding Friday morning - including a large portion of Interstate 90.

According to the South Dakota Department of Transportation, I-90 is closed between Sioux Falls and Plankinton.

A number of other highways in southeast South Dakota are closed or under a no-travel advisory Friday morning, according to the DOT's road conditions map. Portions of highways 18, 44, and 25 are closed, while stretches of highways 42, 37, 81, and 281 are under a no travel advisory.

Flooding is making it difficult to get in and out of many communities. According to to the Minnehaha County Sheriff's Office, the only way in and out of Brandon is on Interstate 90. Some roads into other communities, including Montrose and Madison, are also flooded.

Water is also beginning to creep over some Sioux Falls streets. Fire Rescue says 41st Street west of Cliff Avenue is closed due to flooding.

Other roads around the city You can find the latest on closures of Sioux Falls remain impassable due to damage from Tuesday's storm. You can find the latest closures on the city's interactive map.

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The South Dakota Department of Transportation has closed Interstate 90 between Plankinton and Sioux Falls due to flooding.

Officials say westbound traffic has been detoured from Sioux Falls north on I-29 to Brookings, west on Highway 14 to Highway 281, and then south back to I-90. Eastbound traffic has been detoured north of Highway 281, east on Highway 14 and south on I-29 to Sioux Falls.

Local traffic will have access to I-90 between Mt. Vernon (Exit 319), Bridgewater (Exit 357) and Humboldt (Exit 379) to Sioux Falls.

Officials say floodwaters continue to rise in the eastern part of the state and crews are monitoring both roadways and bridge structures for safety.

You can find the latest road closures on the DOT's website.

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The South Dakota Department of Transportation is warning motorists that an additional section of Interstate 90 will be closing Thursday afternoon between Mitchell and Sioux Falls.

A portion of I-90, between the junction of Highway 281 and Highway 37, is currently closed.

Numerous other roadways north and south of I-90 have No Travel Advisories posted due to water over the road.

Crews are reporting water going over the roadway in many locations, approaches have gone underwater and many locations have water up to the roadway. Signs and barricades are being placed.

You can find the latest road closures on the DOT's website.