Update 7:25 a.m.: Chain restrictions in place throughout the region
The following road conditions are as of 7:25 a.m. this morning.
Chains mandatory for 37.5 miles between Alta, Calif., Exit 146 and Central Truckee Exit 186.
” Snowtires or chains required for 125.9 miles between 0.6 miles east of Junction East McCarren Boulevard-Sparks Exit 19 and 1.5 miles west of Imlay Exit 145.
” Snowtires or chains required for 67.3 miles between 0.2 miles west of Beowawe Exit 261 and 0.3 miles west of River Ranch Exit 328.
Chains mandatory for 11.2 miles between 9.1 miles east of Placerville., and Riverton,Calif.
” Chains mandatory for 23.6 miles between 2 miles west of Kyburz, Calif., and 4.1 miles west of Junction of California State Route 89.
” Snowtires or chains required for 18.2 miles between 0.7 miles east of California state line and 3.3 miles west of Junction US 395 at South Carson City.
Snowtires or chains required for 9.9 miles between 8 miles north of Bridgeport California and 0.7 miles north of Junction California State Route 108.
” Snowtires or chains required for 11.4 miles between East Junction Highway 50 and State Route 530-Williams Street and Winters Ranch.
Snowtires or chains required for 16.2 miles between Junction Highway 50 and California state line.
Snowtires or chains required for 3.7 miles between Pine Grove, Calif., and 3.7 miles east of Pine Grove.
” Chains mandatory for 49.6 miles between 3.7 miles east of Pine Grove and 6.7 miles west of Junction State Route 89 at Picketts Junction.
” Snowtires or chains required for 11.4 miles between 6.7 miles west of Junction State Route 89 at Picketts Junction and 1.1 miles west of Woodfords, Calif.
Snowtires or chains required for 7.2 miles between Bliss State Park and Tahoma.
Snowtires or chains required for 11.3 miles between Junction Highway 50 and Junction State Route 206.
Snowtires or chains required for 22 miles between 0.1 miles north of Junction State Route 28 and 2.4 miles south of Junction Highway 395.
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