Motor graders being pulled from Woodbury County gravel roads

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Highway 20 at Moville Friday at 11:35a.m.
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SIOUX CITY, Iowa (KCAU) – Motor graders in Woodbury County are being pulled from gravel roads Friday.

Officials in the Woodbury County Engineers Office said that due to the weather, the graders will assist in keeping paved roads open to traffic.

There will be limited snow removal on the gravel roads for the rest of the day unless winds subside before the evening.

Officials also said that snow removal will continue Friday afternoon until 5 p.m. and resume Saturday at 6 a.m.

Blizzard conditions are expected to linger in Siouxland through the afternoon into Friday evening.

Towing is still not recommended in most northwest Iowa counties.

People are encouraged to stay home and not travel if possible.

For the latest on where to find the many facets of weather conditions, click here.

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Snow continues to blow on a gravel road in Woodbury County, Iowa. Jan. 15, 2020

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