Weather Forecasts, Road Conditions, and Weather Radar for I-10

Current & 7-day weather forecast, road conditions, and weather radar for all of US interstate I-10.
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Road Trip and Weather Conditions for Interstate I-10

Interstate 10 is the fourth longest interstate in the US, spanning 2,460 miles from Santa Monica, CA to Jacksonville, FL. I-10 is the most southernly cross-country highway in the United States. Travelers will encounter everything from Los Angeles, CA to Houston, TX. Jacksonville, FL is the terminus for I-10.

This interstate is a key route for travel and freight movement in the southern United States. It connects Los Angeles, CA – the nation’s second largest city – with Jacksonville, FL – one of the country’s busiest ports.

Major metropolitan areas along I-10 include Phoenix, AZ, Tucson, AZ, El Paso, TX, San Antonio, TX, Baton Rouge, LA, New Orleans, LA and Mobile, AL.

I-10 is also a critical hurricane evacuation route for the Gulf Coast region. It provides the only east-west interstate connection in southern Louisiana and Mississippi.

No matter your reason for traveling on US Interstate 10, be prepared for all kinds traffic, potential delays, and various weather events.

Weather on I-10

Temperatures along I-10 can range from freezing in the northernmost parts to hot and humid in the southernmost parts. Travelers should be aware of potential weather conditions they may encounter while driving on I-10.

In the desert southwest, temperatures can reach over 100 degrees Fahrenheit (37.8 degrees Celsius).

Monsoon season runs from July to September in Arizona. This is when the area experiences the most rain and thunderstorms. Drivers should exercise caution when driving during monsoon season, as flash floods can occur.

In Texas, the weather can be very hot and humid, especially in the summer months. Travelers should take care to stay hydrated and take breaks often when driving in these conditions.

Hurricane season runs from June to November along the Gulf Coast. This is the time of year when tropical storms and hurricanes are most likely to form in the Gulf of Mexico. If you are traveling on I-10 during hurricane season, be sure to keep up with the latest weather forecasts and heed any evacuation orders that may be issued.

No matter what time of year you are driving on I-10, be prepared for all types of weather conditions.

Of course, it's best practice to check the forecast before you travel, and using Highway Weather to plan and execute your journey will ensure you're more than ready for what Mother Nature has in store!

Major Junctions of I-10

In California:

  • I-10 East begins at State Route 1 (SR-1) in Santa Monica, California.
  • I-10 has a major junction at I-405 in West Los Angeles, California.
  • I-10 has a major junction at I-110 in Central Los Angeles, California.
  • I-10 has a major junction at I-5 in Boyle Heights, California.
  • I-10 has a major junction at I-710 in Monterey Park, California.
  • I-10 has a major junction at I-605 in Baldwin Park, California.
  • I-10 has a major junction at I-15 in Ontario, California.
  • I-10 has a major junction at I-215 in Colton, California.

In Arizona:

  • I-10 has a major junction at I-17 in Phoenix, Arizona.
  • I-10 has a major junction at I-8 in Casa Grande, Arizona.
  • I-10 has a major junction at I-19 in Tucson, Arizona.

In New Mexico:

  • I-10 has a major junction at I-25 in Las Cruces, New Mexico.

In Texas:

  • I-10 has a major junction at I-110 in El Paso, Texas.
  • I-10 has a major junction at I-20 in Scroggins Draw, Texas.
  • I-10 has major junctions at I-35, I-37, and I-410 in San Antonio, Texas.
  • I-10 has major junctions at I-45, I-69, and I-610 in Houston, Texas.

In Louisiana:

  • I-10 has a major junction at I-210 near Sulphur, Louisiana.
  • I-10 has a major junction at I-210 near Lake Charles, Louisiana.
  • I-10 has a major junction at I-49 in Lafayette, Louisiana.
  • I-10 has major junctions at I-12 and I-110 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
  • I-10 has a major junction at I-55 in LaPlace, Louisiana.
  • I-10 has a major junction at I-310 near Kenner, Louisiana.
  • I-10 has major junctions at I-510 and I-610 in New Orleans, Louisiana.
  • I-10 has major junctions at I-12 and I-59 in Slidell, Louisiana.

In Mississippi:

  • I-10 has a major junction at I-110 in D'Iberville, Mississippi.

In Alabama:

  • I-10 has a major junction at I-65 in Mobile, Alabama.

In Florida:

  • I-10 has a major junction at I-110 in Ferry Pass, Florida.
  • I-10 has a major junction at I-75 in White Springs, Florida.
  • I-10 has a major junction at I-295 and I-10 West begins at I-95 in Jacksonville, Florida.

This map shows the current & 7-day weather forecast, road conditions, and weather radar for all of US interstate I-10.