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    Need some advice from the east coast folks. Want to join my son and family for Thanksgiving but he is in the Corp of Engineers north of Baltimore. Is RV travel there reasonable in late November/early December or do we bite the bullet and look at airfare? I have no idea what the weather is like that time of the year and they just moved there so neither do they.
    Tom & Lynn
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  • #2
    According to this website, average 1st snow in Baltimore is Dec 14th. - Earliest snow was Oct 10th.:
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    • #3
      There is always a possibility of snow or ice that time of year. If there’s snow/ice then there is a chance of salt/ice melter on the roads and I wouldn’t want to expose my equipment to that. I would fly.
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      • #4
        As Maryland is MID-Atlantic, the weather COULD be anything ! Warm as Georgia, cold as Mass. And coming from Texas you could be fine...or not ! FLY man! Be sure. Mine is already winterized by then !
        BPofMD - Bud & Penny / Actively Retired Navy Vet
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