[UPDATE 9:13 a.m.]Snow in the Mountains
This was only in the highest mountains though. Hwy 299 is unaffected. [See update below]
According to a Facebook post put up by the National Weather Service here in Eureka around 6 a.m.,
Snow levels have fallen to around 3000 feet and snow is now falling on highway 36 over South Fork Mountain and other high elevation locations in southern Trinity County. Chain requirements have been issued by Caltrans over the passes on highway 36. Some snow accumulation is also expected in other high elevation areas of Northwest California, but snow is not expected to impacted other numbered highways outside of Trinity County. Snow showers will diminish later this morning. If you are traveling this morning, use the forecast to make travel plans and check road conditions with Caltrans before venturing out.
Did you get wild weather where you are? Snow, rain, or wind—Mother Nature got a bit crazy and used most of the tricks in her bag somewhere in Humboldt last night. Please share a photo with us if you have one.