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Mobile, AL (WKRG)-

6:57 a.m. – It’s a wet start for many on the roadways here on your Wednesday. You might want to leave just a couple minutes early to get where you need to go.  Looking good on the bayway and Causeway even with the wet driving conditions and no accidents right now through either of the tunnels. Alabama Highway Patrol reporting no accidents they’re working right now in Mobile or Baldwin County.  In Pensacola, some wet driving conditions there with two earlier accidents, one West and one East of the 22 Mile Marker on I-10 Westbound.

6:38 a.m. – Our morning storms have made it to the interstate right now so it’s pretty wet crossing the Bayway and Causeway, also along the Eastern Shore. I-10 there at the I-65 interchange as well so expect wet driving conditions. Moving along nicely even with the rain though.  No problems right now through either of the tunnels or in Mobile. Alabama Highway Patrol still on the scene of that earlier fender-bender involving two commercial vehicles around the 38 mile marker of I-10 Westbound (that’s the Malbis exit) but it’s off to the side of the roadway in really isn’t affecting traffic.  A thunderstorm rolling through the Pensacola area but Pensacola police reporting no accidents.  We do have two accidents I-10 Westbound, one East and one west of the 22 Mile Marker.

6:17 a.m. –  We’ve had an accident occur involving two commercial vehicles on I-10 Westbound at the 38 mile marker (that’s near the Malbis exit) but it’s off to the side of the road and not involving any injuries and not really affecting traffic too much right now. The Bayway and Causeway continue to flow along nicely, no problems through either of the tunnels. Mobile Police and Alabama Highway Patrol reporting no accidents in Mobile. On the Panhandle, we’ve got two separate accidents right now on I-10 both east and west of mile marker 22 on I-10 headed Westbound.  One of them involves injuries so make way for emergency vehicles there.

5:55 a.m.- Some thunderstorms to begin your Wednesday morning commute and on the Eastern Shore we’ve got some wet driving conditions right now in Fairhope up towards Daphne.  Also in South Mobile County as well.  We’re looking good though on the Bayway and Causeway without any slowdowns.  No issues through either of the tunnels and Mobile Police and Alabama Highway Patrol reporting no accidents.  In Pensacola we do have some issues there on the Panhandle including Commerce Road there at Avalon Boulevard in Milton. I-10 Westbound just east of the Milton exit and the road way is blocked with a disabled vehicle there I-10 Westbound around the 22 Mile Marker.

5:35 a.m.- If your morning schedule takes you out on the roadways here on this Wednesday, things are looking good right now in the Bayway and Causeway. No traffic delays either direction as we look good through both tunnels as well.  Mobile Police and Alabama Highway Patrol both reporting no accidents right now. We do see some showers to the area so wet driving conditions a possibility.  Still some delays though if you’re coming down Avalon Boulevard on the Panhandle there from Highway 90 down towards I-10. There’s an accident there at Commerce Road with roadblock. Florida Highway Patrol is on the scene.

5:06 a.m.- It’s a good-looking start for your Wednesday if you need to take the Bayway or Causeway to begin your morning commute. We’re looking good both directions and no issues through either of the tunnels. Both Mobile Police and Alabama Highway Patrol reporting no accidents they’re working right now. We have seen some showers starting off in the area including South Central Baldwin County there around the Foley and Summerdale area. Also South Mobile County seeing some storms as well. On the Panhandle, Florida Highway Patrol on the scene of an accident involving a roadblock there Commerce Road at Avalon Boulevard.  That’s between Highway 90 and I-10 in Milton.

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