The Associated Press
High winds and falling trees forced the closure overnight of Interstate 90 in both directions across Snoqualmie Pass, but the pass was reopened about 6:30 a.m.
The Transportation Department closed the highway just before midnight Sunday for the 72 miles between North Bend and Ellensburg.
There were no restrictions on the highway, but the roadway has snow and slush.
During the I-90 closure, traffic was diverted to Highway 2 over Stevens Pass where chains are required. The North Cascades Highway is closed by snow slides.
The I-90 closure was prompted by a semi-truck hitting a tree Sunday night 5 miles west of Easton. The Washington State Patrol says the injured driver was taken to a hospital in Ellensburg.
Troopers said there were four collisions on the east side of the pass.