CAJON PASS:(VVNG.com)- As you likely have already noticed, the rain has officially moved into the Victor Valley. Be advised if you are planning on commuting up or down the Cajon Pass there is thick fog causing low visibility and heavy rainfall causing slow-moving traffic.
At 1:25 PM the California Highway Patrol incident logs showed a non-injury traffic collision on the southbound 15 near Kenwood Avenue. According to the logs, a vehicle struck a semi and was facing the wrong way in the center divider.
The Devore Road off-ramp on the 15/215 connector is shut down due to flooding. According to the National Weather Service, Southern California is expected to receive rain through Sunday.
Remember to stay safe and drive slow. Allow yourself extra time to arrive to your destination. Also, please be sure to check the tread on your tires, ensure you have properly working windshield wipers. California state law requires motorists to use headlights not only when it is dark, but also when wipers are in continuous use, or when visibility is less than 1000 feet.
[box type=”warning” align=”aligncenter” class=”” width=””]The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) reminds motorists that it is the law to turn on their headlights when driving in the rain.[/box]