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Does it make any sense to fly to Washington Dc next Thusday?

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We are used to hurricanes here in Florida,so we know how hard things might be,, ....right now we are terribly concerned with all the
serious problems and danger facing the East Coast.We pray for all and hope things are not as bad as TV commentators report them.

We've have tickets for Thursday morning flying into DC but I guess it will be madness to fly on that day....? To start with , thousands of flights have been cancelled so I do not think things would
be normalized by Thursday morning....have no clue what airlines do or will do.
any comments?
How are things in DC right now?

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