GRANDJEAN, Idaho — UPDATE:
ITD officials have cleared the road and Highway 21 is now back open to traffic.
Crews have cleared the avalanche, and the highway is now open! https://t.co/rCRYlvj2QX— ITD (@IdahoITD) March 24, 2019
This may sound familiar: A stretch of Highway 21 between Lowman and Stanley is closed because of an avalanche.
The stretch of road near Grandjean just reopened last weekend after being closed for 25 days after more than 50 avalanches covered the highway in 60 feet of snow in some places.
Stretch of Highway 21 is closed (again) because of an avalanche. Check 511 before you hit the road! pic.twitter.com/Wiwt4j8USp— Karen Lehr (@KarenLehr) March 23, 2019
The closure is in place between Warm Springs Creek Airport Road and The Custer - Boise County Line (23 to 35 miles south of the Stanley area).
Idaho Transportation Department officials will reassess the conditions Sunday, March 24 at 7:00 a.m.
You can check here for the latest conditions.