MENDOCINO Co., 4/25/2017 — The 101 north of Leggett is open to one-way traffic, as of about 6pm last night. Flaggers are in place to direct traffic, and CalTrans reports that there are spotters on site to watch for further slide activity.
In other one-way traffic news, Route 128 from Fish Rock Road to the Yorkville post office is under one-way traffic control due to signal work.
There are two one-way traffic control sites on Route 175, one near Motrocycle Park and another near Buckman Drive. On the Lake County side of Route 175, there is one-way traffic control from Grouss Springs Road to Emerford Road.
The Mendocino County Department of Transportation has several projects out for bid, with the first bid due this week and others due in early to mid-May:
Light to moderate rain is in the forecast for today and tomorrow, but the National Weather Service expects mild conditions later in the week.
Gusty winds at sea through tomorrow. Today, the southwest winds are expected to blow up to 5 knots, shifting tonight to the southeast and building to 5 to 10 knots. Waves are west 8 feet at 10 seconds and south 2 feet at 15 seconds, shifting tonight to west 6 feet at 11 seconds. Chance of rain at sea today and tonight.
In Point Arena, there is a 30% chance of rain late in the morning. The high should be around 53, dipping to 51 tonight. The north northwest wind is expected to blow steadily into the night at 8 to 19 miles per hour.