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Highway, Road and Weather Forecast and Radar Conditions Sometimes as we travel throughout the country it may help to know what the current Highway, Road and Weather conditions are. Here is a good place to list current conditions and also good and bad roads that you have found in your travels You will also find here links to all of the USA road conditions and Weather Forecast and Radar condition web sites.

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Old 10-14-2018
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Default Nashville TN to Pine Mtn

I-24 to I-75 then through Atlanta or I-65 south to Birmingham or Montgomery and then head east? Thanks.
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We like the I-65 way. Stop at Huntsville space camp for the night. Cheap camping. Take a tour. Then on to pine mt
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~100 miles longer via B'ham. Flatter. Still the worst part of the ATL perimeter but maybe not on a weekend
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When are you coming David...Thru Birmingham is longer, flatter and you won't have to worry about the Monteagle downhill if that worries you. The Taladaga Nascar race is happening on Sunday, traffic could be heavy on I20 East. Also this way should route you southeast before Atlanta which is a good route except for some tight turns in downtown Newnan.
Your route thru Atlanta shouldn't be terrible as you'll take the outer belt 285 to I85 south.
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Nashville tonight. Rest of the way Monday.
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How about just taking us27 south from Chattanooga? 4 lanes most of the time. Runs right to Pine Mountain.
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Yes, 24 to US 27 south right before you get into Chattanooga.
All good road and no one out there. Been that way many times. Mostly 4 lane and new pavement. Some two lane but most towns have a bypass. Pine Mountain is right on 27
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~100 miles longer via B'ham. Flatter. Still the worst part of the ATL perimeter but maybe not on a weekend
Actually the difference from Chicago to Pine Mountain is 31 miles further thru Birmingham from Nashville vs Chattanooga if from Birmingham you take I20 all the way to 27 in Ga. which is the long way. Maybe the 2.95 fuel just north of Birmingham makes it worth it for this year.
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The rain made my mind up for me. Went south at Nashville to Birmingham to get out of it. Good thing, half my windshield wipers fell off just as we were getting near the end of the rain.
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