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HIGHWAY 38 HAS REOPENED AS OF 3PM

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Geezer
Sat Feb 26 2011, 09:41AM Email Thread Print View

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There are stuck vehicles on 38 and they are closing the road temprarily per scanner
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Per scanner, allowing residents only up hwy 38 to Forest Falls & Angelus Oaks.

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SR 38 [IN THE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA AREA] IS CLOSED 1.9 MI EAST OF FOREST FALLS BLVD (SAN BERNARDINO CO) - DUE TO SNOW - MOTORISTS ARE ADVISED TO USE AN ALTERNATE ROUTE - LOCAL RESIDENTS WITH PROPER IDENTIFICATION WILL BE ALLOWED ACCESS CHAINS ARE REQUIRED ON ALL VEHICLES


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HWY 38 AT JENKS LAKE IS COMPLETELY GRIDLOCKED. SEVERAL VEHICLES AND BUSSES STUCK.

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Moving the closure on Hwy 38 down to Bryant. Per Scanner


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Here's a link to the CHP incident, only that frame covering 38 closure. It works in the Firefox browser, but not in some others:
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bc wrote ...

Here's a link to the CHP incident, only that frame covering 38 closure. It works in the Firefox browser, but not in some others:
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Hmm, link didn't work for me, and I am using firefox
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I use firefox and it didn't work for me either.


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Here's a link to the CHP incident, only that frame covering 38 closure. It works in the Firefox browser, but not in some others:
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Too many failures with that link, so use this one:
[Click Here]
Make sure it is the San Bernardino page (if not use the pull down menu at the upper left to get there), and navigate to the incident (started at 10:00AM). There are probably other SR38 incidents by now, so check the mile marker numbers if one is provided. Bigger numbers are closer to Big Bear.

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HWY 38 REOPENED AT 3PM (R3)

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lunchlady
Jan 19 : 07:25pm
I think 2010 was the last time they called more than one day at a time, we were out 5 successive days then!

lunchlady
Jan 19 : 07:23pm
Haven't heard as yet if there is school tomorrow, I expect them to call it but may not know til 5 am, they have a process in deciding, they try to drive the bus routes at 3 am to determine if it is safe and also whether they are able to plow at each school, if I had to guess, I would say and hope @No School@

bills grandson
Jan 19 : 07:20pm
I know it doesn't have equal coverage or density but do you know if there is a rule of thumb for the valley such as 0ne foot of snow raises the lake x amount of inch's there of course tons of variables but it would be nice to make a guesstimate

mimoo
Jan 19 : 07:06pm
Hi everyone, how is it up the hill right now?? Snowing or ??. I'm coming up thru Lucerne shortly.
Yes, I am one of the crazy people out on the roads. 😲😨
Thanks, I appreciate any info.

Benny (N6BWX)
Jan 19 : 06:57pm
Let's hope so Van! We're going to need a few more series like this to get there, but it's certainly possible!

Van
Jan 19 : 06:56pm
Maybe this is shaping up to be like January 2005. The lake went from 17' down to almost full at the end of that winter.

Craig (KJ6BCM)
Jan 19 : 06:39pm
LunchLady, what is the status of the Big Bear Valley Schools for Tomorrow??? Thanks for all of your info here, we all appreciate it!!!

Benny (N6BWX)
Jan 19 : 06:38pm
Absolutely BG, could certainly be some flooding & weight problems through Monday. And the kind of precip that could bring the lake up another foot...

Craig (KJ6BCM)
Jan 19 : 06:37pm
@Owl, you just might have a chance at that Snow Pool, however, so much Winter is left..... QPFs and other data from the NWS indicate tomorrow could be a wet and snowy day. Hope everyone is having a safe day.

bills grandson
Jan 19 : 06:02pm
Those conditions make dramatic lake level increases and danger for snow laden roofs. especially large buildings with flat roofs. If you have one make sure there are no dams.

Does anyone have any information this morning at the bottom of cactus flats involving the cement truck? Sounded scary

LA Owl
Jan 19 : 05:56pm
5312' elevation

LA Owl
Jan 19 : 05:55pm
We turned to rain early today but this evening it is mixed sleet/snow. The runoff was high and melted the berm as I spread it around

Benny (N6BWX)
Jan 19 : 05:37pm
Imagine 2 feet of snow, then 2 inches of rain, it's going to be quite the mess. If it stayed snow, which is always still possible... well you know the math.

Benny (N6BWX)
Jan 19 : 05:36pm
Good question Reg, and I know you also have a good knowledge of things... It's looking more likely we'll see a changeover to rain on Sunday at lake level; optimistically the snow level will bump up to around 7,000 feet, but that usually means not much sticking below 8k.

Regulate
Jan 19 : 05:32pm
Ben, any idea on the Sunday storm if most of the moisture from the main front will be rain at lake level, before changing to snow missing a chance for significant snow accumulation (a foot or so) from this storm? Of course, all moisture is great of course for the lake!


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