No, that's what the title of the statute says.
§ 3361. Driving vehicle at safe speed.
No person shall drive a vehicle at a speed greater than is
reasonable and prudent under the conditions and having regard to
the actual and potential hazards then existing, nor at a speed
greater than will permit the driver to bring his vehicle to a
stop within the assured clear distance ahead. Consistent with
the foregoing, every person shall drive at a safe and
appropriate speed when approaching and crossing an intersection
or railroad grade crossing, when approaching and going around a
curve, when approaching a hill crest, when traveling upon any
narrow or winding roadway and when special hazards exist with
respect to pedestrians or other traffic or by reason of weather
or highway conditions.
It's hard to argue this under the best of times, worst when you lose control of your vehicle in the process.