Hello, TA friends in Minnesota - quick question from Chicago.
Tomorrow my sister-in-law and I are planning to drive to Rochester for a short visit with a relative having a course of treatment at the Mayo Clinic. Normally we would take 90 through Madison, but it appears that we will not be able to dodge the snow along that route tomorrow. So we were thinking of driving straight west into Iowa and then go north from there, as it isn't supposed to snow in Iowa.
Wondered if anyone had any thoughts on that, i.e. is it much longer than going 90 (although I would imagine 90 will be slow tomorrow in the snow). Obviously we aren't neophytes at driving in snow, athough mostly in the city, but we would rather avoid it if possible.
Thanks in advance.