[UPDATE 10:19 p.m.] Road and Weather Conditions for Monday

After the rain and wind last night, today is predicted to be much calmer. Expect just showers today but by tonight the rain will be back and hanging around through Friday.

If you are coastal areas this morning, high tides are expected to cause some flooding. The National Weather Service reports, “Coastal flood advisory for Humboldt Bay from 5am-9am this morning. Tide levels forecast to reach 8.8-9.0 ft at North Spit.”Road conditions

The weather still has one major highway closed and multiple rural roads have been impacted. Below is what we know at this point. As more information comes in, we’ll update in blue.

Major Highways:

HEavy Equipment by Pamela Robinson

Heavy equipment that was working on the slide which has blocked Hwy 1 [Photo by Pamela Robinson]

(Most information below from Caltrans’ Quick Map. If you are heading to Oregon, check their similar site.)

Humboldt County Roads:

Here’s what we know. As we learn details, we will add the information below.

  • Alderpoint Road one lane at 1.5mm and one lane controlled traffic at 34.79mm
  • Benbow Drive Closed
  • Briceland Thorn Road at Huckleberry Hill 1 lane controlled traffic
  • Coffee Creek Road closed
  • Eel River Drive closed at 1.0mm
  • Hidden Court closed
  • Kings Peak road closed at mile marker 7
  • Landergen Road closed
    Redwood giant tree across road

    Redwood tree that fell across Newton P Drury Scenic Parkway [Photo from Redwood State and National Park Service]

  • Mosswood Lane closed
  • Newton Drury Scenic Parkway closed at the northend (See here for more information.)
  • Port Kenyon closed
  • Salmon Creek Road closed at 0.56mm detour 101 or Maple Hills Road
  • Shively Road 1 lane controlled traffic at 3.56mm and 7.00mm
  • Wilder Ridge Road closed at Landergen Road indefinitely no alternate route. (See here for more details.)


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