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I'm doing some driving along I-80 and I-70 in the western part of the US of A, and there is a possibility to take different routes and do different stops.

For example, for night-time travel, it would be nice to stop at a rest-stop that has temperatures of about 20°C for a nap — not too warm, not too cold.

What's a good way to get the map of temperatures for a road-trip?

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It would seem like weather.com has an interactive map that is at least partially useful.

http://www.weather.com/weather/map/interactive

Unfortunately, it only seems to provide you with data for a couple of hours, and, depending on the region, temperatures between the day and the night may or may not be similar. Also, it is limited in the way at which colours are represented, where you really have no clue whether it's 20 or 30 degrees C in a certain region.

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