Wednesday Morning Report
October 17, 2007
Today’s weather begins with breezy and mostly cloudy skies with isolated showers mainly west of Highway 395. Snow level around 6000 feet with highs 49-59 and west winds 10-20 mph.
The Nevada Department of Transportation has noted the following road controls:
All routes are open with no controls with the following exceptions:
I80: Snow tires or chains required for 5.58 miles between 0.27 miles west of Summit Exit 373 and 0.29 miles west of Oasis Exit 378.
US50: Chains mandatory for 11 miles between 10.56 miles east of Kyburz, Calif. and 4.1 miles west of Junction of California State Route 89.
US395: Open with no controls, high wind warning: campers and trailers are prohibited through Washoe Valley.
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SR88: Snowtires or chains required for 6.5 miles between 6.7 miles east of Hams Station California and 5.8 miles east of Peddlar Hill, Calif.
– Chains mandatory for 25.2 miles between 5.8 miles east of Peddlar Hill, Calif. and Junction State Route 89 at Picketts Junction.
SR89: Snow tires or chains required for 7.21 miles between Bliss State Park and Tahoma.
SR431: Snowtires or chains required for 9.3 miles between 4.9 miles north of Junction State Route 28 and 10.33 miles south of Junction US 395.