MENDOCINO Co., — Highway 101 north of Leggett is open to one-way traffic. CalTrans advises motorists to expect half-hour delays as they work to open the road to two-way traffic in the coming months.
There is one-way traffic control on the 101 from mile marker 86 to Hermitage Vista Point.
One-way traffic continues on Route 162 at The Middle Mile and Sand Bank Creek, near Covelo.
One-way traffic at two points on Route 175 continues, near the entrance to Motorcycle Park and near Buckman Drive.
There is also one-way traffic on Route 128, .7 mile west of Beebe Creek and 2.7 miles west of Cloverdale Boulevard.
The following county roads are still closed. Here’s a list, from the Mendocino County Dept. of Transportation:
The following roads remain CLOSED. There is no estimated date/time of opening. Please use alternate routes.
Ft Bragg-Sherwood Rd, MP 5.08-27.54 (Between Brooktrails & Ft Bragg)
Laytonville-Dos Rios Rd, MP 4.19
Mallard St between Hawk Rd and Poppy Dr. (Brooktrails)
Miner Hole Rd MP .15 (Point Arena, 600 feet from Hwy 1)
Navarro Ridge Rd, MP 8.82-13.10 (Albion)
Ten Mile Rd, MP .18-1.68 (Point Arena)
Usal Rd, MP 6.26-24.30 (North County
Inland temperatures in the 80’s today. Sunny all over, including the coast:
Steep waves are expected to cause uncomfortable conditions at sea today. Northwest winds of 10 to 20 knots are expected to shift to the north tonight. Waves are north 6 feet at 9 seconds, expected to subside slightly to north 5 feet at 8 seconds and northwest 4 feet at 12 seconds.
In Point Arena, the forecast is mostly sunny, with a high around 60, expected to dip to 52 tonight. A north northwest wind is expected to blow 14 to 16 miles per hour into the night.
In Fort Bragg, the forecast is mostly sunny, with a high around 64, dropping tonight to 52. A northwest wind is expected to blow 9 to 13 miles per hour and shift to the north northwest tonight.
In Willits, the forecast is sunny, with a high near 84, dropping to 52 tonight. A northwest wind is expected to blow around 7 miles per hour, shifting to the west northwest tonight and turning light and variable after midnight.