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02-07-2013, 03:33 PM
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Originally Posted by Henrique Iglesias View Post
So let's say my cousins want to leave from Northern Jersey tomorrow around 10 or 11 to head down to AC. How difficult will it be?
That's going to depend entirely on when it switches from rain to snow and how fast its accumulating. Unless I'm reading stuff wrong (using reports for the area just outside of Newark for perspective of how far North I'm starting), it looks like the switch to snow will be in the morning. They'll be leaving before the roads have accumulated snow, which is a positive; however, driving while the snow is really picking up probably is as dangerous as any other point in time. Highways are hit or miss from my experience with driving in the snow. Get enough cars on them, have a lane or two that may stay "clear" a little longer, etc. Considering its a week day, there may be enough of people on the road in general to make it doable. Probably not the best idea, but I'm sure it could be a lot worse were it to be done later in the day.

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