UPDATE @ 9am – There are currently no escorts in place. Traffic is free flowing.
CAJON PASS, Calif. (VVNG.com) — As forecasted snow fell overnight and into the Thursday morning prompting the California Highway Patrol to run traffic breaks and escorts through the Cajon Pass.
CHP and CalTrans have remained busy patrolling the I-15 freeway to ensure the freeway remained safe for all motorist.
CHP officers have kept busy escorting traffic through the
CHP officers have responded to several calls involving vehicles that spun out or slid off the roadway. There have been no major accidents reported along the I-15 freeway.
Residents in Victorville, Hesperia, Adelanto
As of 8:00 am Thursday morning, the snow continued to fall on the southwest side of Victorville near the CA Aqueduct and US Highway 395
According to the NWS on this day (February 21) in 1944, A heavy
Current conditions at the top of Cajon Pass!! CHP escorts underway drive safe and ignore that 45 mph sign we should all be doing 10 mph. Slow speeds in icy conditions save lives. @sbcountysheriff @VVDailyPress @VVNews @CHPInland @chp pic.twitter.com/IPs9nuzcaw
— Lieutenant Bracco (@SBCSDmbracco) February 21, 2019