BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KGET) — Stormy, wet weather continues to bring flooding and potentially dangerous conditions for Kern County roads on Tuesday.

CHP’s Traffic Incident Information Page reports multiple hazards and collisions.

Lanes were reportedly flooded at Highway 99 and Taft Highway causing vehicles to swerve. Drive with caution in the area.

Highway 33 is closed between Highway 46 and Lokern Road due to flooding in western Kern County.

Lockwood Valley Road is closed at Highway 33 since Monday afternoon

Highway 178 faced a mud, dirt and rock hazard just east of powerhouse two at 2:41 pm. This closed Highway 178 at the mouth of the canyon.

Caltrans has announced evening lane closures on northbound Interstate 5 between Twisselman Road and the Kings County line starting Tuesday evening for construction operations.

Northbound I-5 will be reduced to one lane between Twisselman Road and the Kings County line beginning Tuesday night and lasting through Friday.

The closure includes the northbound I-5 on-ramps and off-ramps at Twisselman Road. Southbound I-5 will remain open.

Caltrans reminds drivers to stay alert with their attention undivided while driving and to reduce their speed while being wary of workers and vehicles in construction and maintenance work zones.

As of 4:08 p.m., there was a traffic hazard at 3629 La Dorita Street that saw all four wheels of a tractor trailer filled with packed raw chicken stuck in a muddy field.

Check back for updates.