BOSTON (CBS) — A record number of people will be traveling this Thanksgiving.

Nearly 39 million people will be driving and another 3 million will fly.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Karen Twomey reports

Buses and trains will also be packed with another 1.5 million passengers.

Flights Tuesday morning were on time at Logan but it could be a much different story by Wednesday.

MassPort is asking passengers to show up 2-and-a-half hours before take-off.

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Weather delays are expected throughout the Northeast as a wintery storm moves through. In Boston, only rain is expected.

The forecast has made for a lot of worried travelers.

“I’m hoping things aren’t a problem down in Atlanta. I was looking at things this morning. They are having a weather front,” one traveler said.

Weather aside, Thanksgiving is always a big travel week.

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About 1,000 people will be in and out of Logan in the next few days.

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