More Americans will be hitting the road this Labor Day than last year, according to the latest forecast from the American Automobile Association (AAA).
Travel on the nation's highways is expected to be about 10 percent higher this year - that translates into about 34.4 million travelers.
However, Hurricane Earl could change travel plans for those who will be taking to the East Coast highways and airports this holiday.
"One way or the other, the weather forecast will have a direct impact on the travel forecast," AAA spokesman John B. Townsend II said. "The impact of the hurricane on travel this weekend will depend on what the storm does in the next 48 hours."
Troy Green, manager of public relations for AAA, gave his opinion about what Labor Day travelers can expect on the Sept. 2 edition of the CBN Newschannel's Midday News. Click play to watch the interview.