Doing a road trip from Washington, DC around the east coast starting this weekend, how are the road conditions?

February 29th, 2012

Question by newcomer: Doing a road trip from Washington, DC around the east coast starting this weekend, how are the road conditions?
I am planning to do a road trip this weekend, driving from washington, DC to the following places.
1. Buffalo, NY
2. Niagara Falls
3. New York City (New Year’s Eve)
4. Boston
5. Philadelphia
6. Back to Washingon, DC

How are the road conditions travelling around these routes? I haven’t driven in the snow before and is concerned about the drive.

Any other form of alternatives tpt to suggest?

Best answer:

Answer by boone292929
As you probably already know, the roads in southern NJ backs up horribly on any day, let alone a long weekend. There is a route that goes through Penn., look that up.

NYC will be packed on New Years, stay away from Times Square on the car, do it on foot, if anything.

Central and Northern NY isn’t that bad.

Also, we aren’t expecting any snow this coming weekend. Although you should give yourself some more time in traveling from place to place Buffalo and Niagara get pretty bad.

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  1. lystonbaby33 says:

    i live about an hour from DC and we hardly get snow but the maryland SHA is pretty uptight about the road conditions so the snow will be off before you know it.

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