MN-DOT says driving conditions are very poor south of Saint Cloud, and all roads in southwest Minnesota are closed west of Interstate 35 and south of Highway 14, including Interstate 90 all the way to the South Dakota border. MN-DOT’s Kevin Gutknecht says they’ve pulled plows off the roads and visibility is almost, if not completely, zero. Gutknecht adds there are problems with drifting because of high winds and the amount of snow that’s falling. Officials urge no travel in southwest Minnesota. 175 crashes and over a hundred spinouts are reported. State Patrol Lieutenant Tiffani Nielson says stranded motorists should stay with their vehicle and not try to walk for help. Be sure your tailpipe isn’t clogged with snow, run the car occasionally to keep warm, and keep a window cracked for fresh air. Meanwhile M-S-P reports at least 75 flights canceled and dozens of delays.