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"Direction. What's interesting is that the direction of occurrence for this crash? Southbound hasn't managed to back up the southbound ride very much at all. But northbound with a lane still blocked, we have traffic backed up to the capitol expressway, we're not sure yet whether or not this vehicle Kim has been put back on its wheels. Once that's accomplished. They may be able to start getting it out of the way. All right. Residual well slowing. I guess we can call it residual slowing, but it still stop and go northern Marin county all because of a much earlier accident with injuries that blocked two lanes. It was south one zero one down by five eighty it's long been cleared. But we still have a bout of stop and go from Roland boulevard as. You make your way down to about Marin would then it remains slow through terra Linda gradually opening up before you get down to the Civic Center. And that's where the speeds begin to improve. So still big delays for Marin even though this accidents been gone for quite some time. We're still looking at some delays along highway four westbound four starting to loosen up as you approach Bailey road, there's brake lights from that point forward out to willow pass the rest of contra Costa county actually looks fairly decent from concord to walnut creek. You're okay. Twenty four to the call to cut tunnel. It's fine except for that area right around Camino Pablo and Arinda does begin to slow there as you head up the grade to the call to cut tunnel. Your next update nine eighteen on the traffic leader KCBS, and we're looking at sunshine in abundance today again tomorrow, light offshore breeze this morning little valley Fargan patches in the north bay and East Bay this morning, otherwise pretty good visibility eight to ten miles everywhere. Temperatures mid sixty s to mid sixty s to upper sixty s I should say. Say by this afternoon, traffic and."