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Old 06-19-2015, 10:22 AM   #1
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Ice/Snow Tallahassee, FL===Seattle, WA in Nov

We want to try to avoid ice/snow on the route. Is November 8th too late in the year for that to be realistic?

We wanted to take the more direct route (up through Alabama and over) but we will take I-10 over and up if we need to.

We both have experience driving in the snow/ice but not towing in it.

ETA: I'm talking about in the more Northern areas like South Dakota, WY- I realize there will be no snow in Tally!

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Old 06-19-2015, 10:27 AM   #2
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That time of the year I would stay south as much as posssible. Midwest can be a real challenge some years. Sounds like a great trip.

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Old 06-19-2015, 11:01 AM   #3
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I've never made that road trip (at least not all of it), but at that time of year the route I would expect to take would be through Alabama to I20, then head due west. It will turn into I10 which will take you all the way to CA, I believe. Should be nice and warm. We both grew up in TX and I don't usually anticipate any bad winter weather there until mid-January. Doesn't mean it won't occasionally happen, but normally safe. If you head north before you get far enough west, I would think you could expect snow in the mountains but I wouldn't call if terrible weather as a rule. Good luck - safe travels!
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