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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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We left the Lovebirds on the Mississippi rally in Vidalia, LA Sunday and headed up the Natchez Trace. A very nice smooth road for the first 80 miles or so with a speed limit of 50 MPH. As we approached Jackson MS we had to drop from about 55 to around 45 because the road became a series of Whoop de Do's which became very uncomfortable. It felt like our air ride seats were continually trying to launch us airborne. Don't know about north of here but if it's like around Jackson we will be giving up on the Natchez Trace.
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We left the Lovebirds on the Mississippi rally in Vidalia, LA Sunday and headed up the Natchez Trace. A very nice smooth road for the first 80 miles or so with a speed limit of 50 MPH. As we approached Jackson MS we had to drop from about 55 to around 45 because the road became a series of Whoop de Do's which became very uncomfortable. It felt like our air ride seats were continually trying to launch us airborne. Don't know about north of here but if it's like around Jackson we will be giving up on the Natchez Trace.
When you drive the rest of it or all you can. Please give a update. Would like to drive it next time down there. We are 40 with trailer
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We drove it from Jackson north to northern Alabama. It was three years ago , but it was fine. We were in the Coach towing the Jeep on the twenty foot car hauler.
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