This week’s storm, the biggest of the winter season so far, has created significant travel delays on high-elevation roadways throughout Northern California. It’s estimated that 3-5 feet of snow has fallen since Friday, with more on the way on through Tuesday.
With many roadways seeing mandatory chain controls, and some flat-out closing, it’s been difficult for anyone needing to travel through the mountains. But the traffic is significantly less than usual due to the closure of ski resorts and Coronavirus precautions. Let’s take a look at all the roads around NorCal to see how they’re fairing during the storm.
Per usual, the Tahoe area has been hit hardest by the storm:
The area surrounding Lassen Volcanic National Park also got hit hard by the snowfall:
The Mt. Shasta area received some good snowfall as well:
And Highway 20 near Grass Valley has had it’s trouble staying open due to downed trees:
Drive safe, NorCal!