Mountain Passes: Roads reopen over the Washington Cascades, some passes still closed Monday

Heavy snow from last week's major winter storm is to blame for a multi-day closure to the four major mountain passes over the Washington Cascades.

SNOQUALMIE PASS, WA– After a multi-day closure of the four major mountain passes over the Washington Cascades, the Washington State Department of Transportation reports Snoqualmie Pass is back open Monday morning.

I-90 over Snoqualmie Pass reopened Sunday at 5pm to freight traffic. WSDOT officials took to Twitter to ask recreational drivers to delay travel until semi-truck drivers could travel with their loads of goods first. Blewett Pass is also back open Monday morning.

Heavy snow from last week’s major winter storm is to blame for a multi-day closure to the four major mountain passes over the Washington Cascades. White Pass is scheduled to open before Tuesday. Stevens Pass will be closed until Wednesday.

VIDEO FORECAST: Watch for frost and patchy fog/flurries for the Monday morning drive -Briana

RELATED: WSDOT says 2009 was the last time all four passes were closed for an extended time

I-90 at MP 53.4: East Snoqualmie Summit