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No rain or snow Monday morning in the Cajon Pass, just very windy

CAJON PASS, Calif. ( — The Monday morning commute down the Cajon Pass along the southbound I-15 is not as bad as forecasted.

As of 6:30 am, motorists are reporting dry conditions in the pass and no major accidents or restrictions. Yep, that means there is no rain, snow, or even fog!

The mountain community of Wrightwood received 4-6 inches of fresh snow and Mt. High is open for service.

According to the California Highway Patrol incident logs, as of 6:40 am., both lanes on the I-210 westbound to the I-15 south connector are shut down due to an overturned semi, for an unknown duration. A second semi was also possibly overturned in the same area.

An overturned pickup truck was reported at 6:40 am, on the northbound I-15, north of Sierra Avenue. The vehicle is on the right shoulder and not blocking any lanes.

Overturned semi on the 210/15 connector road.

Watch out for those strong gusty winds near the foothills. The area of the 15/210 is notorious for flipping over semi-trucks. If you are driving just watch out for debris. The wind advisory will remain in effect until tomorrow night.

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A view of the top of the Cajon Pass.

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