Update at 4:30 p.m.
Highway 89, about 3 miles north of the junction with Highway 44 in eastern Shasta County, has been closed due to a big rig crash. The highway remains closed while crews remove the truck from the roadway.
Update at 1:30 p.m.
Caltrans was no longer screening for chains for vehicles traveling north on Interstate 5 about 10 miles north of Redding. By early afternoon Sunday, other chain requirements were lifted on highways 299 and 44 east of Redding.
An ongoing winter-like storm that is expected to continue into Monday afternoon prompted alerts for people traveling through the mountains in the North State.
Caltrans said Sunday morning that motorists traveling north on Interstate 5 are being screened for chains on all vehicles.
There were also chain requirements on several highways east and west of Redding, according to Caltrans. Chains were required on vehicles over 6,000 pounds on highways 299 and 44 east of Redding. Chains were also required on vehicles over 6,000 pounds on Highway 36 in the Platina area and west.
Chains were also required on vehicles over 6,000 pounds on Highway 89 west of I-5.
The National Weather Service issued a winter weather advisory Sunday for northern Shasta County, Trinity County and western Siskiyou County.
There was a winter storm warning for southeast Shasta County and northeast Tehama County. The warning lasts through 4 a.m. Monday.
The weather service forecast up to 14 inches of at 3,000 feet and above and up to 3 feet of snow above the 4,000-foot level.
As of Sunday morning, the weather service had recorded 0.66 inches of rain at the Redding Regional Airport. The rainfall total since Jan. 1 was 9.27 inches, the weather service said.
The storm is expected last until Monday afternoon and then start to taper off Monday night, when the chance of rain was forecast to diminish to 30%, the weather service said.
This article originally appeared on Redding Record Searchlight: UPDATE: Highway 89 in eastern Shasta County closed due to crash