MENDOCINO Co., 5/16/2017 -- Roadwork continues around the county. Rain is in the forecast.
At about 5:40am, California Highway Patrol received a report of an injured deer walking in the neighborhood of East Hill Road and Hilltop Drive just south of Willits.
One of four lanes on the 101 from Route 271 to 1.5 miles south of the Humboldt County line remains closed. There is still one-way traffic half a mile north of Dora Creek Bridge on the 101. One of two lanes on the 101 from mile marker 86 to Hermitage Vista Point remains closed.
There is one-way traffic on Route 162 at The middle Way and at Sand Bank Creek.
One of two southbound lanes on the 101 from Ridgewood Ranch Road to the emergency vehicle turnaround is still closed.
There are one-way traffic operations on Route 175, one near Buckman Drive and another near the entrance of Motorcycle Park.
One-way traffic at two points on Route 128 continues, one .7 mile west of Beebe Creek and the other 2.7 miles west of Cloverdale Blvd.
In weather news today, the chance of rain has gone up from yesterday.
The wind at sea is west 5 to 15 knots, expected to shift to the north tonight. Waves are west 4 feet at 5 seconds and northwest 6 fee tat 12 seconds. Rain is in the nautical forecast today.
In Point Arena, there is a 50% chance of rain. The forecast is cloudy, with a high around 55, dipping to 48 tonight. A north northwest wind is expected to blow 9 to 14 miles per hour and increase slightly tonight.
In Fort Bragg, there is a 70% chance of rain. The forecast is cloudy, with a high around 56, dipping to 44 tonight. A west northwest wind is expected to shift to the west and blow 5 to 9 miles per hour in the afternoon and shift to the north tonight.
In Willits, the chance of rain is 70%. The forecast is cloudy, with a high around 56, dropping to 39 tonight. The west wind is expected to blow 7 to 9 miles per hour, then shift to the north northwest tonight.
In Ukiah, there is a 60% chance of rain. The forecast is cloudy, with a high around 62, dropping to 43 tonight. A west wind is expected to blow 7 to 10 miles per hour and shift to the northwest tonight.