DETROIT (Michigan News Source) – People nationwide are making their way home after the Thanksgiving holiday, and TSA workers say they are expecting Sunday to be the busiest travel day.

Officials expect 2.9 million people to fly home on Sunday. If that holds, it could be the busiest day on record for TSA.

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Detroit Metro Airport employees remain hopeful that everything will stay on schedule, as travelers saw only two delays on Friday and no cancellations.

Sunday could bring a snowstorm to metro Detroit, so travelers are urged to check the weather.