10:20 pm – just modified to show northern closure at 42.2 which is Fuller’s, as originally reported. Here is the chp entry:
10:16 PM 3  ***** CAL TRANS CT IS IS PUTTING CLOSURE AT MM 42,.2 // AND WILL CHECK TO SEE IF NEEDED TO MM 50 *****
10:03 PM 2  [Notification] [CHP]-PER HEATH WITH CT CONSTRUCTION , RQ IF CLOSURE CAN BE AROUND MM 42, WHERE IT USUALLY IS , SO THEY CAN KEEP TOWN PART OPEN
9:53 PM 1  ****SR1 CLOSED *****
9:56 – Per notification from CT. Highway closed from MM 50 to County Line (aka Ragged Point). One CT report was Fuller’s. The Chamber reports Coast Gallery, original reports were Rocky Creek. First reported problem was a boulder at the Lighthouse, then a tree at Pacific Valley, then the below. There were a number of problems at various locations, And the worst of THIS storm is expected after midnight.
cident: 00420 Type: Trfc Collision-No Inj Location: Sr1 N / Lucia Loc Desc: NB 1 JSO LUCIA LODGE Lat/Lon: 36.020556 -121.548889
9:50 PM 2  NO DESC ON MALES OR VEH
9:49 PM 1  VEH PRTLY OFF CLIFF
Incident: 00405 Type: Traffic Hazard Location: Sr1 At Pacific Valley, Mm 14.6 Loc Desc: MY-001-0146 Lat/Lon: 35.947120 -121.477310
9:24 PM 5  1039 S4, ADVZD TO HAVE 62G CONTIN AFTER CLEARING MY270
9:18 PM 4  WHI JEEP HIT TREE BUT CONTINUED ON
9:17 PM 3  PER RP TREE IS ACROSS THE RDWY
9:16 PM 2  1 VEH HAS ALREADY HIT IT
9:15 PM 1  TREE DOWN IN RDWY
It is beginning …
Incident: 00372 Type: Traffic Hazard Location: Sr1 N / Lighthouse Loc Desc: NB 1 AT THE LIGHTHOUSE Lat/Lon: 36.312467 -121.888747
8:15 PM 5  PER DOT WILL NOT SEND EQUIP OUT AT THIS TIME OF NIGHT BUT WILL RESP TO CLOSE HWY
8:14 PM 4  PER 27-S4 UNIT WILL ASSESS AND ADVISE IF DOT NEEDS TO RESP FOR RD CLOSURE
8:14 PM 3  1039 DOT JOHNSTON
8:07 PM 2  1039 DOT MR CORTEZ
8:04 PM 1  LGE BOULDER IN THE NB LN
8:08 PM 1 Unit Assigned
Was just issued through tomorrow for entire area, apparently, as I got notices for Lockwood, Plaskett, and Big Sur. Also, I received a very interesting comment on my other post today that indicates this upcoming up to 7″ in 36 hours, may just be the dress rehearsal for a worse direct hit coming to us Saturday through Monday. If you can stay off the roads, particularly this weekend, would advise you do so. I will be watching reports on the highway closely. I am not going anywhere.
From the National Weather Service through the Monterey County Office of Emergency Services, there will be a significant accumulation of rain over the next 36 hours. As the ground saturates, earth movement is possible.
The next system is very strong and moisture laden.
The heaviest rains will begin late evening and into the overnight hours into Wednesday.
The Soberanes and Chimney burn scar areas could see significant rainfall totals when this storm passes. They still do not have a handle on any significant rain rates and when those may occur. But high rain rates over the burn areas are cause for concern. They are looking at that this morning as the latest model runs are coming in.
The total rain accumulation over the Big Sur Coastal mountain areas could be upwards of 7 inches over the next 36 hours.
The Chimney burn scar area could see significantly higher amounts of rain. This could have a significant impact on the water sheds that burned that feed Lake Nacimiento.
They believe that Monterey County will see the greatest impact after sunset and through the overnight hours into Wednesday morning.