Stevens Pass, 1-14-2020

Snow covered trees lean over Stevens Pass between the summit and Skykomish on Tuesday morning. The state Department of Transportation has kept the pass closed since Sunday due to safety concerns.

Updated, 10 a.m. Tuesday:

STEVENS PASS — Not open yet.

Highway 2 remains closed at the summit of Stevens Pass at milepost 64 to westbound and eastbound drivers. 

The state Department of Transportation closed the pass about 2:30 p.m. Sunday due to hazardous conditions.

In a blog post, the DOT wrote heavy weekend snow brought down power lines and trees, and many trees continue to hang over the roadway.

Updated, 6:10 a.m. Monday:

STEVENS PASS — Stevens Pass remains closed in both directions as of Monday morning.

The pass is closed due to safety concerns and likely won't be reopened until daylight when crews can reassess conditions, the DOT tweeted.

Westbound traffic is stopped near milepost 64 and eastbound traffic is stopped at milepost 35 near Index.

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STEVENS PASS — Stevens Pass remains closed in both directions.

Westbound traffic is stopped near milepost 64 and eastbound traffic is stopped at milepost 35 near Index, according to the DOT.

There is no estimated time of reopening.

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STEVENS PASS — Highway 2 is closed in both directions from milepost 58 near Scenic to milepost 84 near Coles Corner.

There is no estimated time of reopening, the state Department of Transportation said in a tweet. The pass was closed about 2:35 p.m. Sunday.

There have been multiple collisions throughout the day that, combined with poor weather conditions, has slowed traffic, the DOT said.

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