South Dakota transportation officials on Monday reopened the section of Interstate 90 between Wall and Chamberlain that was closed Sunday due to a winter storm. I-29 between Sioux Falls and the North Dakota border remained closed.

The weekend storm dumped more than a foot of snow as well as freezing rain on parts of the Dakotas. Motorists were advised to use caution or not travel in many areas, including southern North Dakota.

In the Sioux Falls area, the storm brought a mix of thunder, lightning and snow, as well as an inch of sleet. There were no immediate reports of widespread power outages or serious traffic accidents. Aberdeen got 14.8 inches of snow Sunday, which the National Weather Service said was a single-day record for February in the city.