California Department of Transportation workers are on a roll, having opened Sonora Pass 1 p.m. Friday.
Snowplows met just west of the Sonora Pass on Monday, but still had to clear fallen trees and fix flooding along the route.
It's the second of the seasonal passes to open in two days, with Ebbetts Pass on Highway 4 in Alpine County reopened 3 p.m. Thursday.
Crews have been working since April 3 to clear snow and debris and have been taking the last week to repair the road.
This is the latest the pass has opened since the spring of 2017. Ebbetts closed on Nov. 18, 2022.
As of Thursday morning, the snowpack at Ebbetts is still 4.6-feet deep, according to U.S. Natural Resources Conservation Service snow telemetry.
Monitor Pass on Highway 89 reopened on May 12.
Work to clear Highway 120 to Tioga Pass, the eastern entrance to Yosemite National Park, is underway on both sides of the gate. Opening is expected toward the end of June or early July, according to the National Park Service.
It has been four years since Tioga Pass was closed until July 1 in 2019.
Record snow levels have resulted in late openings for the seasonal passes.