Hwy. 97 reopens after 2-car injury crash S. of Redmond

A serious-injury two-vehicle crash during a hailstorm on Highway 97 south of Redmond Wednesday afternoon sent two people to a Bend hospital and tied up traffic over a wide area through the evening commute.

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Special Statement:

Issued at: 2:51 PM PDT on May 6, 2015, expires at: 11:00 AM PDT on May 07, 2015
  • ...Very gusty winds expected today in northeast California and east of the Cascades... Northeast surface winds will align with winds aloft...aided by instability...to create gusty conditions from eastern Siskiyou... Modoc...Klamath...and lake counties. Models suggest winds could become gusty much earlier than normal...by 10am or so...and will peak in the late morning or early afternoon with wind speeds up to 45 mph. Those planning to do any kind of burning operations should take note of these expected gusty northeast winds...which could cause rapid fire growth under the right conditions. Additionally...any outdoor activities will be impacted by windy conditions tomorrow. Winds will diminish some in the late afternoon and evening. Sk 251 PM PDT Wed may 6 2015 ...Very gusty winds expected today in northeast California and east of the Cascades... Northeast surface winds will align with winds aloft...aided by instability...to create gusty conditions from eastern Siskiyou... Modoc...Klamath...and lake counties. Models suggest winds could become gusty much earlier than normal...by 10am or so...and will peak in the late morning or early afternoon with wind speeds up to 45 mph. Those planning to do any kind of burning operations should take note of these expected gusty northeast winds...which could cause rapid fire growth under the right conditions. Additionally...any outdoor activities will be impacted by windy conditions tomorrow. Winds will diminish some in the late afternoon and evening. Sk
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