CCT.PSD

The Public Safety Division carries out the essential and honorable function of educating and protecting the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Indian Reservation.

Pass/Road Conditions

UPDATED REGULARLY AT 5:00 AM AND 3:00 PM

fEBRUARY 18, 2018

***ALL ROADS ARE UNDER WINTER DRIVING CONDITIONS.***

***PLEASE USE CAUTION***

UPDATED 8:49 PM


Notice: This is Winter and roads can change at any moment and weather can change as well.  Please be cautious at all times be aware of commercial vehicles that sometime are off the side of the roadways chaining up before they reach mountain passes.  You can also contact Tribal Dispatch for update on available road conditions.
 
Dustin D. Best


Disautel Pass:  

  • 19 DEGREES
  • SNOWING LIGHTLY
  • COMPACT SNOW AND ICE COVERED ROADWAY
  • POOR ROAD CONDITIONS

Cache Creek:  

  • 20 DEGREES
  • SNOWING
  • COMPACT SNOW AND ICE
  • NOT PLOWED

Bridge Creek:   

  • 21 DEGREES
  • SNOWING AND BLOWING SNOW
  • LOW VISIBILITY
  • 6" OF NEW SNOW
  • UNPLOWED

Manilla Creek:  

  • 20 DEGREES
  • SNOWING
  • FRESH SNOW ON THE ROADWAY

Columbia River Road:


Weather Forecast



840 PM PST Sun Feb 18 2018
This Hazardous Weather Outlook is for portions of North Idaho...North Central Idaho...Central Washington...East Central Washington...North Central Washington...Northeast Washington and Southeast Washington.
.DAY ONE...TONIGHT
Brisk north winds may create biting wind chill temperatures from -10 to 10 overnight, along with the potential of reduced  visibility with blowing snow. Overall, the probability for  widespread hazardous weather is low. 
.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY
An Arctic air mass will settle into the region through mid-week with very cold temperatures. Afternoon highs through midweek will only warm into the 20s with overnight lows in the single digits to lower teens. Sheltered areas with fresh snow could drop below zero. Another snow producing storm system is possible on or about Thursday.


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