Heading to Keystone for a conference tomorrow, renting a standard SUV from Alamo for the trip, unlikely to have winter tires I guess but 4WD better than nothing. Any advice on the winter storm warning -
Should be leaving the airport at midday so hopefully miss the worst of it but just wondering what peoples experience/advice was driving up to Summit County in bad weather. Relatively experienced in driving in winter conditions so hadn't been too worried but the following made be a bit uneasy
TRAVEL WILL BE EXTREMELY DANGEROUS AND IS DISCOURAGED DUE TO SNOW AND BLOWING SNOW CAUSING WHITEOUT CONDITIONS. CONSIDER DELAYING TRAVEL UNTIL CONDITIONS IMPROVE. IF YOU MUST TRAVEL...KEEP EXTRA FOOD...WATER...A FLASHLIGHT...AND DRY CLOTHING IN YOUR VEHICLE. IF YOU GET STRANDED...STAY WITH YOUR VEHICLE AND WAIT FOR HELP TO ARRIVE.
Any radio stations to listen too with travel advice? Highway trouble spots? What happens if they close I70? Best places to stop for the night on the way up if it got bad? Traveling with wife and 1 year old daughter so don't want to be too cavalier...