NP. You might want to cover the wire with heavy electrical tape, duct tape, friction tape, or similar to prevent abrasion as it goes around that threshold. Last time I did something like this, when the threshold plate did not have a routing channel, I actually routed a channel for the wire under the threshold for protection. I did not use my router, or even a pencil gouge, as they were out in the shed and I was upstairs in the house, so I just used my screwdriver. Not pretty, but it worked, and the threshold covered my messy channel.
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