Thanksgiving is one of the busiest travel days of the year. Triple A says this will be the busiest Thanksgiving for travel in more than a decade.
More than 50 million people are hitting the road between now and the end of the week for Thanksgiving. For those heading out west, Snoqualmie is looking bare and wet, even dry in some places, with no restrictions. Snow and ice should also not be an issue over Stevens Pass.
For those heading east, conditions on Fourth of July Pass are looking good. There is still some construction in North Idaho though, so be careful.
As of Wednesday night, the Spokane International Airport's website shows only a couple of delays. Alaska Airlines and American Airlines are pushing back Seattle flights slightly.
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