SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A day after lanes of Highway 50 were shut down due to the roads buckling under record heat, the pavement is cracking in the other direction.

Caltrans says the triple-digit heat is to blame for a portion of Highway 50 in West Sacramento buckling. An eastbound section near the Jefferson Boulevard exit started to crumble on Sunday night.

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On Monday, crews were out again as more cracking closed the No. 3 and No. 4 lanes into the evening. Another small patch of roadway near the shoulder started crumbling near Jefferson Boulevard earlier that has been repaired.

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California’s wet winter may also be playing a role in the road buckling. The winter left the soil beneath the concrete saturated, which could cause the pavement to heat up and start to float beneath the roadway.

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Caltrans says there hasn’t been a major repaving project in that area since 1970.