This is dangerous, be careful
We do this every year leaving Florida to Michigan and then to Los Angeles. 3 years ago we hit black ice in Dallas are and stuck for 10 days. We left Thanksgiving and I thought we were going to die. Last year we hit snow on I-10 in New Mexico. Accumulation about 1 inch. Still dangerous pulling a 30ft trailer with crosswinds. I purchased a Hensley hitch which stopped all sway. This year we are leaving next week for Lansing and heading to Dayton, Ohio to see the other kids and I will monitor the weather everyday watching the weather coming from the west. I do not care how many miles extra I put on to get to I 10, I will drive out of our way. Plans now is to go through Oklahoma city, but that can change in a minute. I know we will not stay until Thanksgiving even though I would love to spend time with my family. We usually come up in the summer, Florida to Michigan, but we postponed due to the leaf change. We also had renters wanting to come in early, (snowbirds) renting the house until April. Bottom line is be safe and let weather dictate when you leave and what route you take. BTW we hit crosswinds on I 10 in April heading home to Tampa and I was all over the road south of Austin, TX. 40 and 50 mph crosswinds. Did not have the Hensley on yet and I have drove in 40 MPH crosswinds with the Hensley since then and it tracked straight as could be. Be careful and flexible.
We are driving a Dodge Durango and pulling a Evergreen G269FK. We also have two Cairn Terriers. 2 Champion Generators. This year, planning on 6 months in our Evergreen visiting, California, Michigan, and Ohio. We live in Florida. Grandkids, and dogs are why we camp. Also have a Hensley Hitch which that eliminates all sway. Pricey, but worth it.