It's one of the busiest travel days of the year. An estimated 43.4 million people are going to hit the road for Thanksgiving. 1.3 million of those people are expected to come from the state of Michigan.
Bad weather on the east coast is expecting to disrupt the travel plans of many. Just over 250 flights across the nation have been cancelled today.
Travel across the Upper Peninsula has been tough these last couple of days due to lake effect snow.
"For Thanksgiving, the main thing we'll see is probably a light dusting of snow for most areas. Areas in the west might see around two to three inches,?? explained Meteorologist Megan Dodson of the National Weather Service in Marquette.
Beyond Thanksgiving Day, Dodson says that there will be some light snow showers through the weekend. So as long as the forecast holds up, travel should not be an issue this weekend.