UPDATE 8:12pm: Thr CHP is now reporting that the 175 is open.
UPDATE: The CHP is reporting the Hwy. 1 has opened, while Hwy. 128 and 175 remained closed.
MENDOCINO Co. 1/9/2017 — The U.S. National Weather Service is predicting “a brief break in active weather today” before heavy winds and rain tomorrow. Here are a few updates from yesterday’s road report:
There are boulders in the southbound slow lane of 101 on the Ridgewood grade, south of the turnoff to the Golden Rule.
The Navarro Ridge Road is open, according to a report by MendocinoSportsPlus. Check out details and photos.
There was a collision on the 101 southbound offramp at Gobbi Street in Ukiah. Vehicles involved were a red Ford Mustang and a brown or beige Sequoia. An ambulance was en route as of 1:06pm. By 1:31pm, the road was clear.
At noon, four goats were running down Main street past the junior and elementary schools in Potter Valley.
At Fish Rock Road in Gualala, mile marker 16.25, a tree is down, partially blocking the roadway.
As of 7:30am, an ambulance was en route to a vehicle rolled over on the 101, just south of Longvale.
Babcock Road in Ukiah, was re-opened a little after 9am.
Highway 1, near Point Arena, from mile marker 17-18.5, is also closed. There is a slide on Route 1 about 1.5 miles west of the 101. As of last night, the road was closed.In Hopland, Hwy 175 to Old River Road is closed due to flooding.
CA Route 128 is closed from mile marker 0-11, at the mouth of the Navarro River. Greenwood/Philo Road in Elk, is also closed. MendocinoSportsPlus reports that the Navarro Ridge Road in Albion is also closed.