Updated 8:15 a.m. Wednesday
If you're heading over the river and through the woods to Grandmother's house for Thanksgiving, you're not going to be alone.
AAA is expecting the number of Americans traveling over the Thanksgiving holiday to increase again. AAA estimates that 43.6 million Americans will take trips of 50 miles or more for the holiday. In 2011, 43.3 million people traveled for Thanksgiving.
This would be the fourth straight year Thanksgiving travel has gone up since the economic crash of 2008, when only 37.8 million people traveled.
So far, gas prices haven't shot up ahead of the holiday. As of Wednesday morning, gas was $3.41 a gallon at the True North/Shell on Crcoker Road.
The weather also looks good for Thanksgiving travel around Northeast Ohio. It will be in the 50s Wednesday and Thursday with sunny skies. While the weather turns colder over the weekend, there are no storms in the forecast.
You can keep an eye on gas prices, as well as any area traffic problems that could mess with your trip, on our commute page.
Are you traveling for Thanksgiving? Tell us your best road trip tips in the comments.