The worst time to leave for Memorial Day weekend

Years ago, it used to be everybody waited until Friday night to leave for a long Memorial Day weekend at the Delmarva beaches. That's no longer the case, and drivers need to be aware of how traveling patterns have changed and what to expect. WTOP Traffic has advice for when to leave.

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