LAS VEGAS (KSNV MyNews3) -- Thanksgiving is just two days away, and that means millions of people will be traveling for the holiday.
This week is the biggest travel holiday of the year, but some travelers could be dealing with a nasty storm.
So far today things seem to be running smoothly at McCarran airport, with no major delays or cancellations. But that could change - and it all depends on mother nature.
Travelocity's Christen Garcia says thanksgiving always generates the most traffic - but this year, a nasty winter storm is expected to cause major problems. The storm in question is the same system that produced all the rain here in the valley last weekend.
If you 're planning to travel for thanksgiving. Make sure to save some room in that suitcase for your patience.