It was about 20 cm long.
Dead on the road, but didn't look particularly flat/squashed.
Gray snake with yellow under head and belly. About 24 inches long and 3/4 inch in diameter at thickest part.
baby, round eyes, pattern visible near head(more developed), back end is almost one color(hasn't developed), circular shape on top
Crossing the road.
I'm guessing this is C. c. mormon, not sure any other subspecies are around here?
Coluber constrictor is a species of nonvenomous, colubrid snake, endemic to North America and Central America. Eleven subspecies, including the nominotypical subspecies, are recognized, which as a group are commonly referred to as the eastern racers.