Update: 7:20 a.m.: Chain controls in effect across the region
Here’s the latest road conditions and chain controls throughout the Sierra and Lake Tahoe Basin as of 7:20 Friday morning.Interstate 80: Chains mandatory for 55.8 miles between Drum California Exit 150 and 0.7 miles east of California state line. Snowtires or chains required for 31.6 miles between 0.7 miles east of California state line and 0.3 miles east of Tracy Clark Exit 32.Highway 50: Chains mandatory for 11 miles between 10.6 miles east of Kyburz California and 4.1 miles west of Junction of California State Route 89. Snowtires or chains required for 51.5 miles between 0.5 miles west of Glenbrook and Junction US 95A at Silver Springs.State Route Highway 28: Snowtires or chains required for 26.8 miles between Junction US 50 and Tahoe City, Calif.State Highway 88: Snowtires or chains required for 25 miles between 6.7 miles east of Hams Station California and 6.7 miles west of Junction State Route 89 at Picketts Junction. Snowtires or chains required for 7.9 miles between California state line and Junction US 395.State Highway Route 89: Chains mandatory for 7.2 miles between Bliss State Park and Tahoma. Snowtires or chains required for 35.9 miles between Tahoma and 14 miles north of Truckee.State Route 207 Kingsbury Grade: Snowtires or chains required for 11.3 miles between Junction US 50 and Junction State Route 206.State Route 208: Snowtires or chains required for 21.6 miles between Junction US 395 and 16.3 miles south of Yerington.State Highway 431: Snowtires or chains required for 21.7 miles between Junction State Route 28 and 2.8 miles south of Junction US 395.Highway 267: Snowtires or chains required for 2.4 miles between Junction of Interstate 80 at Truckee California and 2.4 miles east of Junction of Interstate 80 at Truckee California. Chains mandatory for 10.2 miles between 2.4 miles east of Junction of Interstate 80 at Truckee California and Junction California 28 at Kings Beach.
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