Planning the 'Mother of all Cross Countries' - Coast to Coast in a Cessna 170 and looking for some input on typical weather east of New Mexico during the month of June. Virtually all of my flying the past 5 years has been in the SW. Right now, I'm planning on overnighting in Phoenix and Santa Fe. Those are fairly fixed. From Santa Fe, I'm tentatively planning on flying to Gaston's via Wichita (want to photograph my plane in front of Yingling). Overnight at Gaston's and then on to 6A2 (Griffin-Spalding) to see a friend of mine. Then the final leg on to the Norfolk area (final airport will depend on where we find a house). Can anyone comment on what I can expect weather wise along that route in mid-June? Looks like I'll have 7-9 days of flex time to make the trip, but will be trying to keep it as expeditious as possible. With no weather or mechanical delays, its looking like a 4 day trip. Airplane is IFR legal/capable, but with 1940/50's era instrumentation, it isn't the kind of thing you want to fly hard IFR in.