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Old 10-16-2015, 10:46 AM   #1
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I5 closed grape vine south california

They had heavy rains which caused huge mud slides. I5 is closed until Friday afternoon.

Here is the link for updates

Current Conditions


I 5
[IN THE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA AREA]
THE NORTHBOUND CONNECTOR TO NORTHBOUND SR 73 /IN SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO/
(ORANGE CO) FROM 2200 HRS ON 10/15/15 TO 0500 HRS ON 10/16/15 & FROM 2200 HRS
EACH NIGHT TO 0800 HRS EACH MORNING FRIDAY THRU SUNDAY THRU 10/18/15
- DUE TO CONSTRUCTION - A DETOUR IS AVAILABLE

IS CLOSED TO NORTHBOUND TRAFFIC AT THE RIO HONDO RIVER BRIDGE /IN DOWNEY/
(LOS ANGELES CO) FROM 2300 HRS ON 10/17/15 TO 0500 HRS ON 10/18/15 - DUE TO
CONSTRUCTION - A DETOUR IS AVAILABLE

IS CLOSED TO SOUTHBOUND TRAFFIC AT THE RIO HONDO RIVER BRIDGE /IN DOWNEY/
(LOS ANGELES CO) FROM 0200 HRS TO 0600 HRS ON 10/17/15 - DUE TO CONSTRUCTION
- A DETOUR IS AVAILABLE

IS CLOSED TO SOUTHBOUND TRAFFIC AT THE RIO HONDO RIVER BRIDGE /IN DOWNEY/
(LOS ANGELES CO) FROM 2300 HRS ON 10/17/15 TO 0900 HRS ON 10/18/15 - DUE TO
CONSTRUCTION - A DETOUR IS AVAILABLE

IS CLOSED FROM 3 MI NORTH OF SANTA CLARITA /AT PARKER RD/ (LOS ANGELES CO)
TO THE JCT OF SR 99 (KERN CO) /THE GRAPEVINE/ - DUE TO A MUDSLIDE
- A DETOUR IS AVAILABLE

SOUTHBOUND TRAFFIC IS REDUCED TO 2 LANES AT THE RIO HONDO BRIDGE
/IN DOWNEY/ (LOS ANGELES CO) FROM 0600 HRS TO 2300 HRS ON 10/17/15 - DUE TO
CONSTRUCTION

[IN THE CENTRAL CALIFORNIA AREA]
IS CLOSED FROM 3 MI NORTH OF SANTA CLARITA /AT PARKER RD/ (LOS ANGELES CO)
TO THE JCT OF SR 99 (KERN CO) /THE GRAPEVINE/ - DUE TO A MUDSLIDE - A DETOUR IS
AVAILABLE

TRAFFIC IS REDUCED TO 1 LANE IN EACH DIRECTION FROM 3.5 MI NORTH OF
WATERLOO AVE TO 4 MI SOUTH OF THE JCT OF SR 41 /AT UTICA AVE/ (KINGS CO)
24 HRS A DAY FROM 0001 HRS WEDNESDAY TO 1400 HRS FRIDAY THRU 10/31/15 -
DUE TO CONSTRUCTION - MOTORISTS ARE SUBJECT TO DELAYS OF UP TO 2 HOURS

[IN THE NORTHERN CALIFORNIA AREA]
NO TRAFFIC RESTRICTIONS ARE REPORTED FOR THIS AREA.
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Old 10-16-2015, 12:34 PM   #2
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We're setup in Apple Valley. Weather is very unsettled. A very powerful thunderstorm came thru Wednesday late night that was very atypical - reminiscent of tornado alley. During yesterday's storm, we got virtually nothing here. But some of the very close areas were hit hard. At one point it was suggested that southbound 5 travelers take 58 thru Tehachapi - which apparently also experienced heavy storms. Currently, we are getting sporadic light rain, but the clouds are building. If at all possible, you need to hunker down until all this calms down.
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Nearly 200 Vehicles Stranded After Mudflows Inundate Highway 58 Near Mojave | KTLA
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Old 10-16-2015, 09:55 PM   #4
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Looks like the roads are open. Safe travels. This is going to happen more this winter because of the drought.

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