My family and I are on a road trip that has taken us about 1,000 miles south of our home in Washington. The trip down was great. I am starting to get a little concerned about the trip back north this weekend. We'll likely be leaving Saturday morning, and while having a strong tailwind all the way home will be nice, I'm a little worried about how the wind storm set to roll over the west coast might affect any of the Superchargers we'll need to use on the way. We'll probably hit our first Supercharger in Freemont, but will follow up with stops in Vacaville, Corning, Mt. Shasta, Grants Pass, Springfield, Woodburn, and maybe Centralia depending on how things have gone to that point. Only one of those is realistically a stop that can be skipped. Have any of you had any experience traveling the I-5 corridor during inclement weather? How has the Supercharger network held up for you? A few of those stops are in areas that would seem potentially vulnerable. Many thanks!