Despite Yesterday’s Three Inches of Snow, No Chain Requirements in Place on Mountain Roads Today

r2requirement-thumbThough we received about three inches of snow on Sunday (March 22), the third day of spring, roads have been cleared and there are no longer any chain requirements in place on roads to and from the Big Bear Valley. According to California Highway Patrol Officer Gary Fernandez this morning, “There are still some icy patches on the road, especially in the shady areas. So, just use extra caution and drive defensively—and it’s a good idea to carry chains.”

r2requirement-thumbThough we received about three inches of snow on Sunday (March 22), the third day of spring, roads have been cleared and there are no longer any chain requirements in place on roads to and from the Big Bear Valley. According to California Highway Patrol Officer Gary Fernandez this morning, “There are still some icy patches on the road, especially in the shady areas. So, just use extra caution and drive defensively—and it’s a good idea to carry chains.”

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