• Snoqualmie Pass - 4/21/2021 11:30:32 PM
    Snoqualmie Pass I 904/21/2021 11:30:32 PMTemperature: Not AvailableElevation Feet:3022Elevation Meters:921EastboundNo restrictionsWestbound No restrictionsConditions:WB I-90 travelers will experience rolling slowdowns, delays and a right lane closure near the summit starting at 7… Read more »

 

 

 

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I-90 TRAVEL ALERT (3/28/2021):FINAL 9:32 p.m.: Both directions of I-90 have reopened. Please be cautious. Also note that chains are required on I-90 Snoqualmie Pass for all except AWD/4WD (all vehicles are required to at least carry chains). Also, US 2 Stevens Pass has avalanche control scheduled for 4 a.m. Monday, and that usually takes anywhere from 30 minutes to 2 hours to clear. Here's hoping for a safe, uneventful rest-of-the-night.UPDATE 9:22 p.m.: The Keller Ferry on SR 21 has reopened. Our crews are reassessing I-90 and we're hoping to have an update on that shortly.UPDATE 6:14 p.m.: The Keller Ferry on SR 21 that crosses the Columbia River is also now closed due to high winds. No estimate for it reopening, and still no estimate for I-90. We'll update again when we know more.Both directions of I-90 from mileposts 182 to 222 - east of Moses Lake to Ritzville at the US 395 interchange - are CLOSED due to hazardous conditions, including near-zero visibility due to high winds and flying dust. There is no estimate for when the highway will reopen. We will update here when we know more. ... See MoreSee Less
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LET'S BEE-AWARE:It's that time of year again when queen bumblebees are starting to emerge. We are receiving some reports of people thinking they may be Asian giant hornets. While queen bumblebees can indeed be fairly large, you can easily tell that they are not AGH because they are quite hairy. AGH have very few hairs. #ThatIsNotAnAsianGiantHornet ... See MoreSee Less
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TRAVEL ADVISORY (3/22/2021):Winter weather advisories are in effect for the Cascade Crest between Coles Corner and Stevens Pass and the Central ID Panhandle Mountains tonight through tomorrow morning. This will result in winter travel conditions during the AM commute. Please plan accordingly. ... See MoreSee Less
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TAKE NOTE (3/16/2021):***TRAFFIC HAZARD/THRALL ROAD SHUT DOWN***Thrall Road between Dodge Road and Payne Road has been closed due to an accident which took out a power pole. The utility company is on scene and flaggers are diverting all traffic around this portion of Thrall Rd; please drive with caution and watch for recovery activity. Re-opening time is estimated at around 2:00 AM. ... See MoreSee Less
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