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Update 1 p.m: Chains or snowtires required today throughout Sierra

Chain controls are effective for the following Sierra roads, routes and highways as of 12:50 p.m. on Sunday, according to Caltrans and the Nevada Department of Transportation. For the latest road information go to http://www.safetravelusa.com

Highway 50: Chains mandatory between Kyburz and junction of State Route 89.

State Route 88: Chains mandatory between Dew Drop, Calif., and Silver Lake. Road closed because of avalanche control east of Silver Lake and Kirkwood. Chains mandatory between Kirkwood and junction of Highway 395.



State Route 89: Road closed for 8 miles between 3 miles north of Highway 50 and Bliss State Park. Chains mandatory between Bliss State Park and Truckee. Snowtires or chains required for 6 miles between Truckee and Sattley. Chains mandatory between Sattley and Calpine.

Kingsbury Grade State Route 207: Snowtires or chains required between Highway 50 and State Route 206.



State Route 28: Snowtires or chains required for 15.9 miles between Highway 50 and a mile north of California state line. Chains mandatory between California state line and Tahoe City.

State Route 431: Snowtires or chains required between State Route 28 and Highway 395.

Interstate 80: Chains mandatory between Nyack and Truckee exit 156.

Highway 395: Chains mandatory for 44.2 miles between Bridgeport and California state line. Snowtires or chains required for 4.7 miles between Highway 50 and East Junction Highway 50, Carson City. Campers and trailers not advised through Washoe Valley.


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