Central Oregon Road Conditions

Alerts!

North Cascades; Weather Alert
Winter Storm Warning, *NOAA Issue Date: 12/7/2016 09:26:00 PM Significant winter weather expected over much of southwest Washington and northwest Oregon Thursday and Thursday night ... . An unusually strong winter storm will bring mixed precipitation across much of southwest Washington and northwest Oregon that will have significant impacts spreading north over the area Thursday ... Continuing in the northern areas into Thursday night and into the Columbia river gorge into Friday. This is the strongest storm of this type in quite a while. ... Winter Storm Warning remains in effect from 7 AM Thursday to 4 AM PST Friday for the north Oregon Cascades ... A Winter Storm Warning for heavy snow and ice remains in effect from 7 AM Thursday to 4 AM PST Friday. * Timing Snow will spread north across the area Thursday morning ... Changing to sleet or freezing rain during the afternoon except near the Cascade crest and passes. Snow will persist near the crest and passes into the evening hours. Precipitation should change to rain below 4500 feet by sunrise Friday. * Snow accumulations ... 8 to 16 inches ... Heaviest near Mount Hood. * Ice accumulations Up to one quarter inch ... Mainly in protected Cascade valleys away from the crest. * Snow levels Snow levels will rise to around 4500 feet Thursday afternoon and evening. * Impacts Travel will be very difficult as roads become snow covered and icy ... Especially across the passes. Precautionary/preparedness actions... A winter Storm Warning means significant amounts of snow ... Sleet ... And ice are expected or occurring. Strong winds are also possible. This will make travel very hazardous or impossible.

Northwest Coast Range, Lower Columbia, Portland Metro, North Cascade Foothills, WA-Willapa Hills, WA-Lower Columbia & I-5 Cowlitz Co., WA-Vancouver Area, WA-South Cascade Foothills; Weather Alert
Winter Storm Warning, *NOAA Issue Date: 12/7/2016 09:26:00 PM Significant winter weather expected over much of southwest Washington and northwest Oregon Thursday and Thursday night ... . An unusually strong winter storm will bring mixed precipitation across much of southwest Washington and northwest Oregon that will have significant impacts spreading north over the area Thursday ... Continuing in the northern areas into Thursday night and into the Columbia river gorge into Friday. This is the strongest storm of this type in quite a while. ... Winter Storm Warning remains in effect from 8 AM Thursday to midnight PST Thursday night for the greater Portland and Vancouver metro area ... Lower Columbia ... Interstate 5 corridor in Cowlitz county ... Northwest Oregon coast range ... Northern Oregon Cascade foothills ... Willapa hills ... And south Washington Cascade foothills ... A winter Storm Warning for snow ... Blowing snow ... And ice remains in effect from 8 AM Thursday to midnight PST Thursday night. * Timing Snow will begin mid to late morning on Thursday ... Continue through much of the day Thursday in the inland areas but start to change to freezing rain in the coastal mountains in the afternoon and in the inland areas around 4 PM. Freezing rain will then continue inland until midnight ... Especially near the Gorge. * Snow accumulations Generally 2 to 4 inches. However ... Areas near the Gorge ... The coast range ... And western Tualatin Valley could stay snow long enough for accumulations to reach 4 to 7 inches. * Ice accumulations One tenth to one quarter inch ... Heaviest near the Gorge. * Wind Strong east winds locally gusting 40 to 50 MPH across the eastern Portland and Vancouver metro area will lead to areas of blowing snow ... As well as cold wind chills. * Impacts Travel will be difficult ... Especially from late Thursday morning through Thursday evening. Some Power outages are likely across the area due to the snow and ice accumulation combined with the wind. Precautionary/preparedness actions... A winter Storm Warning means significant amounts of snow ... Sleet ... And ice are expected or occurring. Strong winds are also possible. This will make travel very hazardous or impossible.

North Coast, WA-South Coast; Weather Alert
Winter Storm Warning, *NOAA Issue Date: 12/7/2016 09:26:00 PM Significant winter weather expected over much of southwest Washington and northwest Oregon Thursday and Thursday night ... . An unusually strong winter storm will bring mixed precipitation across much of southwest Washington and northwest Oregon that will have significant impacts spreading north over the area Thursday ... Continuing in the northern areas into Thursday night and into the Columbia river gorge into Friday. This is the strongest storm of this type in quite a while. ... Winter Storm Warning remains in effect from 8 AM to 8 PM PST Thursday for the north Oregon coast and south Washington coast ... A Winter Storm Warning for snow and ice remains in effect from 8 AM to 8 PM PST Thursday. * Timing A mixture of snow ... Sleet and freezing rain is expected to begin after sunrise Thursday and continue into the early evening Thursday. The bulk of the precipitation will be freezing rain. The precipitation may change to all rain by 4 PM in the south but near and north of Astoria may take until mid evening Thursday. * Snow accumulations Snow and sleet accumulations are expected to be relatively light ... With the best chance of an inch of snow in the northern sections toward Astoria and Long Beach. * Ice accumulations Up to a quarter inch of ice is possible. * Impacts Travel will be difficult as roads become icy. Some Power disruptions are possible. A winter Storm Warning means significant amounts of snow ... Sleet ... And ice are expected or occurring. Strong winds are also possible. This will make travel very hazardous or impossible. &&

Lane Co. Cascades; Weather Alert
Winter Storm Warning, *NOAA Issue Date: 12/7/2016 09:26:00 PM Significant winter weather expected over much of southwest Washington and northwest Oregon Thursday and Thursday night ... . An unusually strong winter storm will bring mixed precipitation across much of southwest Washington and northwest Oregon that will have significant impacts spreading north over the area Thursday ... Continuing in the northern areas into Thursday night and into the Columbia river gorge into Friday. This is the strongest storm of this type in quite a while. ... Winter Weather Advisory has been upgraded to a Winter Storm Warning ... Which is in effect from 4 AM to 6 PM PST Thursday for the Lane county Cascades ... The National Weather Service in Portland has upgraded the Winter Weather Advisory to a Winter Storm Warning for heavy snow and ice for the Lane county Cascades ... Which is in effect from 4 AM to 6 PM PST Thursday. * Timing Snow will begin before sunrise Thursday ... Changing to sleet or freezing rain by midday except near the Cascade crest and passes. Snow will persist near the crest and passes through afternoon. All precipitation should change to rain by Thursday evening. * Snow accumulations ... 8 to 14 inches near the crest and passes. Lesser accumulations elsewhere ... 3 to 7 inches. * Ice accumulations Generally one to two tenths of an inch of ice ... Though some protected Cascade valleys and passes may see as much as one half inch of ice. * Snow levels Rising to 6000 feet or higher by late Thursday afternoon. * Impacts Travel will become very difficult Thursday as roads become snow covered or icy ... Especially across Willamette pass. Precautionary/preparedness actions... A winter Storm Warning means significant amounts of snow ... Sleet ... And ice are expected or occurring. Strong winds are also possible. This will make travel very hazardous or impossible.

North & East Klamath Co. & West Lake Co., Central & East Lake Co.; Weather Alert
High Wind Watch, *NOAA Issue Date: 12/7/2016 08:56:00 PM High Wind Watch remains in effect from Thursday afternoon through late Thursday night ... * Winds Southwest winds 30 to 40 MPH with gusts to 60 MPH. * Timing Thursday afternoon through late Thursday night. * Locations include Highway 31 between Paisley and summer Lake ... Highway 299 near cedar pass ... Highway 140 east of Lakeview and the higher terrain of the Fremont winema forest near and west of Summer Lake as well as the warner mountains. * Impacts Potentially hazardous driving conditions are expected ... Especially for lightweight and high-profile vehicles. Increased risk for downed trees and Power lines. Disruption of outdoor activities. Unsecured objects may be lost or damaged. * View the hazard area in detail at http://weather.gov/medford/hazard Precautionary/preparedness actions... A High Wind Warning means a hazardous high wind event is expected or occurring. Sustained wind speeds of at least 40 MPH OR gusts of 58 MPH OR more can lead to property damage. Travel will be impacted ... Especially for high profile vehicles.

Baker Co.; Weather Alert
Winter Weather Advisory, *NOAA Issue Date: 12/7/2016 08:46:00 PM Winter Weather Advisory for snow ... . A warm front moving through the area tomorrow will bring snow to Valley floors Thursday and Thursday evening ... And to mountain locations Thursday through Friday night. ... Winter Weather Advisory now in effect from 4 AM Thursday to 4 AM PST Saturday ... * Snow amounts ... 3 to 6 inches in the valleys and 6 to 12 inches in the mountains. Locally higher amounts are possible in the mountains. * Snow levels Valley floors. Snow may mix with or change over to rain at times below 3500 feet Friday afternoon and evening. * Impacts Snow accumulation on roads will make driving difficult ... Especially during the Thursday afternoon commute. Precautionary/preparedness actions... A Winter Weather Advisory for snow means that periods of snow will primarily cause travel difficulties. Be prepared for snow covered roads and limited visibilities ... And use caution while driving. Travel in the mountains and backcountry is not recommended without proper equipment and adequate provisions. Remember that cell phone communication is limited by terrain.

Lower Treasure Valley; Weather Alert
Winter Weather Advisory, *NOAA Issue Date: 12/7/2016 08:46:00 PM Winter Weather Advisory for snow ... . A warm front moving through the area tomorrow will bring snow to Valley floors Thursday and Thursday evening ... And to mountain locations Thursday through Friday night. ... Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect from 11 AM to 10 PM MST Thursday ... * Snow amounts ... 1 to 3 inches ... With local amounts of 4 inches possible on the benches. * Timing Snow will begin late Thursday morning and taper off Thursday evening. * Impacts Snow accumulation on roads will make driving difficult ... Especially during the Thursday afternoon commute. Precautionary/preparedness actions... A Winter Weather Advisory for snow means that periods of snow will primarily cause travel difficulties. Be prepared for snow covered roads and limited visibilities ... And use caution while driving. Travel in the mountains and backcountry is not recommended without proper equipment and adequate provisions. Remember that cell phone communication is limited by terrain.

Harney Co., Malheur Co.; Weather Alert
Winter Weather Advisory, *NOAA Issue Date: 12/7/2016 08:46:00 PM Winter Weather Advisory for snow ... . A warm front moving through the area tomorrow will bring snow to Valley floors Thursday and Thursday evening ... And to mountain locations Thursday through Friday night. ... Winter Weather Advisory now in effect from 5 AM MST /4 AM PST/ to 10 PM MST /9 PM PST/ Thursday ... * Snow amounts ... 2 to 4 inches in the valleys and 4 to 8 inches in the mountains. * Snow levels Valley floors ... Rising to around 5000 feet Thursday evening. * Timing Snow will begin Thursday morning and taper off Thursday evening in the valleys. Snow will change over to rain below 5000 feet Thursday evening. * Impacts Snow accumulation on roads will make driving difficult ... Especially during the Thursday afternoon commute. Precautionary/preparedness actions... A Winter Weather Advisory for snow means that periods of snow will primarily cause travel difficulties. Be prepared for snow covered roads and limited visibilities ... And use caution while driving. Travel in the mountains and backcountry is not recommended without proper equipment and adequate provisions. Remember that cell phone communication is limited by terrain.

Klamath Basin, North & East Klamath Co. & West Lake Co.; Weather Alert
Winter Weather Advisory, *NOAA Issue Date: 12/7/2016 04:37:00 PM Freezing rain and sleet possible this evening into Thursday ... ... Also accumulating snow is expected for the mountains, eastside and possibly lower elevations west of the Cascades this evening into Thursday morning ... . Some of the coldest air of the season will still be in place as warm front passes over the region this evening into Thursday morning. The front is expected to produce light to moderate precipitation and a narrow belt of warmer temperatures above the still freezing surface. Periods of freezing rain and sleet are possible as snow transitions to rain over southwestern Oregon and northern California. Meanwhile snow is expected most of the time over the mountains and east of the Cascades later this evening into Thursday morning, then snow levels are expected to rise later Thursday afternoon. ... Winter Weather Advisory in effect from 10 PM this evening to 4 PM PST Thursday ... The National Weather Service in Medford has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for snow ... Sleet ... And freezing rain ... Which is in effect from 10 PM this evening to 4 PM PST Thursday. The Winter Storm Watch is no longer in effect. * Snow accumulations ... 2 to 4 inches, except for up to 6 inches over the higher elevations. * Ice accumulations A trace to 0.05 inches. * Timing Snow will arrive this evening and continue into Thursday afternoon. There is also the chance for freezing rain and sleet tonight into Thursday afternoon. Ice should only occur for an hour or two during that time ... But may last longer in some locations. * Locations include Klamath falls ... Chiloquin ... Chemult ... Beatty Keno ... Highway 97 ... Highway 140 and highway 39. * Impacts Even a small amount of freezing rain and sleet can produce extremely dangerous conditions on roads and walking surfaces. * Impacts Snow will cause travel difficulties on roads. * View the hazard area in detail at http://weather.gov/medford/hazard Precautionary/preparedness actions... * Stock emergency kit with tire chains Flashlight ... Batteries ... Blankets ... Food ... Water ... And medications. * Plan now to avoid traveling during the storm slow down and allow extra time to reach your destination. * Carry tire chains and be prepared for snow covered roads and limited visibilities see weather. Gov/Medford/cams for latest road conditions. * A Winter Weather Advisory means that periods of snow Sleet ... Or freezing rain will cause travel difficulties. Be prepared for slippery roads and limited visibilities and use caution while driving.

North Blue Mnts, WA-Northwest Blue Mnts; Weather Alert
Winter Weather Advisory, *NOAA Issue Date: 12/7/2016 02:57:00 PM Widespread snow Thursday through Friday ... . A warm front off the Pacific will spread moisture east of the Cascades on Thursday. This system will bring widespread snow Thursday through Friday. On Thursday night and Friday ... The warm front will override the cold air at the surface and bring areas of sleet and freezing rain to the lower elevations. Significant snow can be expected in some areas of eastern Washington and eastern Oregon. ... Winter Weather Advisory in effect from noon Thursday to 4 AM PST Saturday ... The National Weather Service in Pendleton has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for snow ... Which is in effect from noon Thursday to 4 AM PST Saturday. * Locations Meacham ... Tollgate ... Ski bluewood resort. * Snow accumulations From Thursday morning through Friday morning ... 4 to 5 inches. From Friday morning through Saturday morning ... An additional 5 to 8 inches. * Timing Snow will develop Thursday afternoon. From Thursday afternoon through Friday night ... There will be a prolonged period of light snow over the northern Blue Mountains. * Impacts Area roadways will be snow covered and slick. * Winds South winds 5 to 15 MPH. Local winds gusting to 25 MPH will cause blowing and drifting of snow. * Snow level Valley floor ... Although snow levels may briefly rise to near 3500 feet Friday. * Web page: for a detailed view of the hazard area visit http://www.wrh.noaa.gov/map/?wfo=pdt. Precautionary/preparedness actions... A Winter Weather Advisory for snow means that periods of snow will cause primarily travel difficulties. Be prepared for snow covered roads and limited visibilities ... And use caution while driving.

Lower Columbia Basin; Weather Alert
Winter Storm Watch, *NOAA Issue Date: 12/7/2016 02:57:00 PM Widespread snow Thursday through Friday ... . A warm front off the Pacific will spread moisture east of the Cascades on Thursday. This system will bring widespread snow Thursday through Friday. On Thursday night and Friday ... The warm front will override the cold air at the surface and bring areas of sleet and freezing rain to the lower elevations. Significant snow can be expected in some areas of eastern Washington and eastern Oregon. ... Winter Storm Watch now in effect from Thursday morning through Friday evening ... * Snow accumulations ... 2 to 4 inches. Locally 5 inches. * Ice accumulations Around a trace . * Locations Pendleton ... Pilot Rock ... Boardman ... Hermiston ... Ione ... Heppner ... Condon ... Fossil. * Timing Snow will develop Thursday morning then increase in intensity Thursday afternoon and Thursday night. In addition ... A wintry mix of snow ... Sleet and freezing rain is expected Thursday night and Friday morning. * Impacts Area roadways will be snow covered and slick. * Winds North 5 to 15 MPH with gusts up to 25 MPH. * Web page: for a detailed view of the hazard area visit http://www.wrh.noaa.gov/map/?wfo=pdt. Precautionary/preparedness actions... A Winter Storm Watch means there is a potential for significant snow ... Sleet ... Or ice accumulations that may impact travel. Continue to Monitor the latest forecasts.

John Day Basin, Ochoco-John Day Highlands; Weather Alert
Winter Weather Advisory, *NOAA Issue Date: 12/7/2016 02:57:00 PM Widespread snow Thursday through Friday ... . A warm front off the Pacific will spread moisture east of the Cascades on Thursday. This system will bring widespread snow Thursday through Friday. On Thursday night and Friday ... The warm front will override the cold air at the surface and bring areas of sleet and freezing rain to the lower elevations. Significant snow can be expected in some areas of eastern Washington and eastern Oregon. ... Winter Weather Advisory in effect from 7 AM to 10 PM PST Thursday ... The National Weather Service in Pendleton has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for snow which is in effect from 7 AM to 10 PM PST Thursday. * Locations Dayville ... John Day ... Mitchell ... Monument ... Spray ... Brothers ... Paulina ... Prairie city ... Seneca. * Ice accumulations Less than a tenth of an inch. * Snow accumulations ... 2 to 4 inches in the john day basin and 3 to 5 inches in the ochoco-John Day highlands. * Timing Light snow will develop Thursday morning then increase in intensity during the day. There will also be periods of light freezing rain or sleet in the John Day basin late Thursday before precipitation changes to rain. * Impacts Area roadways will be snow covered and slick. * Winds South winds 5 to 15 MPH. * Snow level Snow levels will gradually rise during the day and will be near 3000 to 3500 feet Thursday night. * Web page: for a detailed view of the hazard area visit http://www.wrh.noaa.gov/map/?wfo=pdt. Precautionary/preparedness actions... A Winter Weather Advisory for snow means that periods of snow will cause primarily travel difficulties. Be prepared for snow covered roads and limited visibilities ... And use caution while driving.

Road Conditions by Route

HWY372 MP 21.38

MT BACHELOR; Severe Weather Hazard
Weather Condition: Clear, no precipitation
Pavement Condition: Packed Snow
Commercial Restrictions:
Chain Restrictions: Carry Chains or Traction Tires
Current Temp: 19 F
High Temp:
Low Temp:
Precipitation:
New Snow: 2 in.; Roadside Snow: 5 in.
Comments:
Last Updated: 12/07/2016 3:24 pm

HWY372 MP 21.98

Seasonal Closure; Information
Lanes Affected: (Eastbound) 2 Lanes (Westbound) 2 Lanes
Comments: Cascade Lakes Highway is closed for the winter south of Mt. Bachelor
Last Updated: 11/17/2016 1:49 pm

ORE22 MP 68 to 73

MARION FORKS; Severe Weather Hazard
Weather Condition: Clear, no precipitation
Pavement Condition: Packed Snow
Commercial Restrictions:
Chain Restrictions: Carry Chains or Traction Tires
Current Temp: 22 F
High Temp:
Low Temp:
Precipitation:
New Snow: 0 in.; Roadside Snow: 9 in.
Comments:
Last Updated: 12/07/2016 8:31 pm

ORE22 MP 73 to 81.81

SANTIAM JCT; Severe Weather Hazard
Weather Condition: Overcast
Pavement Condition: Packed Snow
Commercial Restrictions:
Chain Restrictions: Carry Chains or Traction Tires
Current Temp: 16 F
High Temp:
Low Temp:
Precipitation:
New Snow: 0 in.; Roadside Snow: 20 in.
Comments:
Last Updated: 12/07/2016 8:32 pm

ORE27 MP 1.9

Informational only; Commercial Vehicle Information
Details: OR27 MP 1.90 (Irrigation Ditch - Prineville) OR27 crossing Irrigation Ditch at MP 1.90 is restricted to 21,500 lbs. single axle, 43,000 lbs. tandem axle, 60,000 lbs. tri-axle, Weight Table 4.
Updated: 12/07/2016 7:00 pm

ORE27 MP 2.88

Informational only; Commercial Vehicle Information
Details: OR27 MP 2.88 (Irrigation Ditch - Prineville) OR27 crossing Irrigation Ditch at MP 2.88 is restricted to 21,500 lbs. single axle, 43,000 lbs. tandem axle, 60,000 lbs. tri-axle, Weight Table 4.
Updated: 12/07/2016 7:00 pm

ORE27 MP 4.62

Informational only; Commercial Vehicle Information
Details: OR27 MP 4.62 (Irrigation Ditch - Prineville) OR27 crossing Irrigation Ditch at MP 4.62 is restricted to 21,500 lbs. single axle, 43,000 lbs. tandem axle, 60,000 lbs. tri-axle, Weight Table 4.
Updated: 12/07/2016 7:00 pm

ORE27 MP 27.23

Informational only; Commercial Vehicle Information
Details: OR27 MP 27.23 (Bear Creek Bridge - south of Prineville) OR27 crossing Bear Creek Bridge is restricted to 20,000 lbs. single axle, 34,000 lbs. tandem axle, 105,500 lbs GVW, Weight Table 2.
Updated: 12/07/2016 7:00 pm

ORE58 MP 70 to 86.45

WILLAMETTE PASS EAST; Severe Weather Hazard
Weather Condition: Overcast
Pavement Condition: Packed Snow
Commercial Restrictions:
Chain Restrictions: Carry Chains or Traction Tires
Current Temp: 15 F
High Temp:
Low Temp:
Precipitation:
New Snow: 2 in.; Roadside Snow: 2 in.
Comments:
Last Updated: 12/07/2016 7:58 pm

ORE58 MP 71

No to Minimum Delay; Crash/Hazard
Lanes Affected: (Westbound) , Shoulder
Comments: A disabled vehicle is creating a hazard, use caution.
Last Updated: 12/07/2016 9:53 pm

ORE138 MP 86

Informational only; Weather Impact
Comments: The North Entrance to Crater Lake National Park is closed for the winter Season. Access to the Park is at the South entrance off Highway 62.
Last Updated: 12/05/2016 08:21 am

ORE242 MP 61.91 to 83.7

Seasonal Closure; Information
Lanes Affected: (Westbound) Median , All Lanes , Shoulder (Eastbound) Median , All Lanes , Shoulder
Comments: Old McKenzie Highway 242, will be closed for the season on 11-15-2016.
Last Updated: 11/17/2016 09:59 am

ORE380 MP .11

Informational only; Commercial Vehicle Information
Details: OR380 MP 0.08 to MP 0.15 EB & WB (Prineville) Effective July 25, 2016, this section of OR380 will be restricted to 10 feet 00 in. in width. Estimated date of completion is December 31, 2016.
Updated: 12/07/2016 7:00 pm

ORE380 MP .8 to .15

No to Minimum Delay; Construction Work
Comments: Work continues on the Ochoco Creek Bridge. No delays are expected.
Updated: 12/05/2016 01:28 am

US20 MP 71.59 to 89.2

SANTIAM PASS SMT; Severe Weather Hazard
Weather Condition: Overcast
Pavement Condition: Packed Snow
Commercial Restrictions:
Chain Restrictions: Carry Chains or Traction Tires
Current Temp: 12 F
High Temp:
Low Temp:
Precipitation:
New Snow: 0 in.; Roadside Snow: 36 in.
Comments:
Last Updated: 12/07/2016 8:33 pm

US20 MP 89.2 to 112

SISTERS; Weather Warning
Weather Condition: Overcast
Pavement Condition: Spots of Ice
Commercial Restrictions:
Chain Restrictions: Carry Chains or Traction Tires
Current Temp: 17 F
High Temp:
Low Temp:
Precipitation:
New Snow: Trace; Roadside Snow: 3 in.
Comments:
Last Updated: 12/07/2016 7:56 pm

US20 MP 131.44 to 131.92

Informational only; Commercial Vehicle Information
Details: US20/US395 MP 131.44 to MP 131.92 EB & WB (Burns) Effective December 10, 2016, this section of US20/US395 will be closed between the hours of 5 PM & 7 PM for one day only.
Updated: 12/07/2016 7:00 pm

US20 MP 132.51

BURNS; Weather Warning
Weather Condition: Overcast
Pavement Condition: Spots of Ice
Commercial Restrictions:
Chain Restrictions:
Current Temp: 17 F
High Temp:
Low Temp:
Precipitation:
New Snow: 0 in.; Roadside Snow: 0 in.
Comments:
Last Updated: 12/07/2016 8:07 pm

US20 MP 138

Estimated delay under 20 minutes; Crash/Hazard
Lanes Affected: (Eastbound) 1 Lane
Comments: A crash has occurred, use caution. expect delays
Last Updated: 12/07/2016 9:42 pm

US26 MP 50.3 to 53

OCHOCO SUMMIT; Severe Weather Hazard
Weather Condition: Partly Cloudy
Pavement Condition: Packed Snow
Commercial Restrictions:
Chain Restrictions: Carry Chains or Traction Tires
Current Temp: 5 F
High Temp:
Low Temp:
Precipitation:
New Snow: 0 in.; Roadside Snow: 8 in.
Comments:
Last Updated: 12/07/2016 7:59 pm

US26 MP 99 to 103

WARM SPRINGS GRADE; Road/Weather Report
Weather Condition: Clear, no precipitation
Pavement Condition: Bare Pavement
Commercial Restrictions:
Chain Restrictions:
Current Temp: 17 F
High Temp:
Low Temp:
Precipitation:
New Snow: 1 in.; Roadside Snow: 1 in.
Comments:
Last Updated: 12/07/2016 7:56 pm

US26 MP 161.88 to 162.36

Informational only; Commercial Vehicle Information
Details: US26 MP 161.88 to MP 162.36 EB & WB (John Day) Effective December 10, 2016, this section of US26 will be closed between the hours of 6 PM & 7 PM for one day only.
Updated: 12/07/2016 7:00 pm

US97 MP 68.66

COW CANYON; Weather Warning
Weather Condition: Clear, no precipitation
Pavement Condition: Bare Pavement
Commercial Restrictions:
Chain Restrictions: Carry Chains or Traction Tires
Current Temp: 17 F
High Temp:
Low Temp:
Precipitation:
New Snow: Trace; Roadside Snow: Trace
Comments:
Last Updated: 12/07/2016 7:56 pm

US97 MP 130 to 145.48

BEND; Weather Warning
Weather Condition: Overcast
Pavement Condition: Spots of Ice
Commercial Restrictions:
Chain Restrictions:
Current Temp: 20 F
High Temp:
Low Temp:
Precipitation:
New Snow: 0 in.; Roadside Snow: 2 in.
Comments:
Last Updated: 12/07/2016 9:07 pm

US97 MP 141.86 to 149.22

No to Minimum Delay; Construction Work
Lanes Affected: (Southbound) , Shoulder
Comments: Road construction is occurring causing no to minimum delays, use caution.
Updated: 12/05/2016 01:27 am

US97 MP 145.48 to 172.19

SOUTH OF BEND; Weather Warning
Weather Condition: Overcast
Pavement Condition: Spots of Ice
Commercial Restrictions:
Chain Restrictions: Carry Chains or Traction Tires
Current Temp: 17 F
High Temp:
Low Temp:
Precipitation:
New Snow: Trace; Roadside Snow: Trace
Comments:
Last Updated: 12/07/2016 9:28 pm

US97 MP 164.91 to 166.26

No to Minimum Delay; Construction Work
Comments: Contractors are continuing work on the railroad overpass. No lanes affected.
Updated: 12/05/2016 01:25 am

US97 MP 172.19 to 196.42

LAPINE; Weather Warning
Weather Condition: Partly Cloudy
Pavement Condition: Spots of Ice
Commercial Restrictions:
Chain Restrictions:
Current Temp: 15 F
High Temp:
Low Temp:
Precipitation:
New Snow: Trace; Roadside Snow: 4 in.
Comments:
Last Updated: 12/07/2016 7:57 pm

US97 MP 196.42 to 236.66

CHEMULT; Weather Warning
Weather Condition: Overcast
Pavement Condition: Spots of Ice
Commercial Restrictions:
Chain Restrictions: Carry Chains or Traction Tires
Current Temp: 17 F
High Temp:
Low Temp:
Precipitation:
New Snow: 0 in.; Roadside Snow: 9 in.
Comments:
Last Updated: 12/07/2016 7:58 pm

US395 MP 10.3 to 18.27

CANYON MOUNTAIN; Weather Warning
Weather Condition: Snow Flurries
Pavement Condition: Bare Pavement
Commercial Restrictions:
Chain Restrictions: Carry Chains or Traction Tires
Current Temp: 32 F
High Temp:
Low Temp:
Precipitation:
New Snow: 0 in.; Roadside Snow: 6 in.
Comments:
Last Updated: 12/07/2016 8:30 pm

US395 MP 53

DEVINE SUMMIT; Weather Warning
Weather Condition: Partly Cloudy
Pavement Condition: Spots of Ice
Commercial Restrictions:
Chain Restrictions: Carry Chains or Traction Tires
Current Temp: 13 F
High Temp:
Low Temp:
Precipitation:
New Snow: 0 in.; Roadside Snow: 3 in.
Comments:
Last Updated: 12/07/2016 8:07 pm

US395 MP 90.8 to 97.18

LONG CREEK MT; Severe Weather Hazard
Weather Condition: Clear, no precipitation
Pavement Condition: Packed Snow
Commercial Restrictions:
Chain Restrictions: Carry Chains or Traction Tires
Current Temp: 10 F
High Temp:
Low Temp:
Precipitation:
New Snow: 0 in.; Roadside Snow: 5 in.
Comments:
Last Updated: 12/07/2016 8:04 pm

US395 MP 93.2

REST AREA
Informational only
Comments: Carter Park Rest Area is closed for the season.
Last Updated: 12/07/2016 11:45 am

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