Sonora, CA – All of the mountain passes have reopened after stormy weather blew through the region earlier this week.
Caltrans reports that the snow and debris has been cleared and motorists can travel Highway 108 Sonora Pass once again, just in time for the weekend.
Sonora Pass was shut down at Kennedy Meadows following wet weather on late Tuesday afternoon that dumped snow onto the roadway making it impassable. For the same reason, Yosemite National Park was forced to close Highway 120 Tioga Pass at Crane Flat. However, it was reopened yesterday afternoon. Not impacted by the wicked weather was Highway 4 Ebbetts Pass, which was not closed due to the storm.
For the latest road conditions anytime go to the myMotherLode.com home page and click on traffic.