I plan on driving from Cleveland to San Diego the second week of October via I-80 then down through Denver. I'm wonder what I may find in the way of snow that time of the year between Denver and Grand Junction on I-70. If the roads are normally hazardous through that area I could very well drive the southern route, and avoid Colorado completely. Do they keep that section of road in good condition when it snows? I hate icy road driving !
I would really like to drive through Colorado however for the scenery and drive back to Ohio via the southern routes.
Any suggestions or comments on the road conditions I might find driving the northern route to San Diego ? I've just got some concerns about Colorado.
I figured on 4 1/2 days of driving to get to San Diego.
Thanks in advance.