The same question had come up in stackoverflow some time back,please find the link below.
To summarize the answers mentioned in the link, the url parameters that are sent to the server will be encrypted and hence is not vulnerable to interception, however if you are referring any 3rd party from your page (eg:jquery) then unless the reference is via ssl, the entire url will be present as clear text in the http referrer field and that can be intercepted and read.
Possibly the urls can be logged as plaintext on the server, in the browser history and maybe there are browser plugins that cache the url.Hence it is not a good practice
It is better to send sensitive parameters using POST.
Additionally i have confirmed by running wireshark while accessing https://google.com. the URL had a lot of parameters and everything was encrypted by ssl.