MICHIGAN - Snow continues to fall in northeast Michigan.\u00a0 Roads could be snow-covered and icy.\u00a0 An accumulation of 2-4 inches was expected but in some areas at least 6 inches or more has already fallen. Caution is advised on the roads as you travel.\r\nAn estimated 1.5 million Michiganders will travel during the 102-hour Thanksgiving Holiday Weekend and MI Headlines would like to see that everyone arrives at their destinations safely. \r\nThe combination of long distance travel and a relatively short time period can turn deadly.\r\nThirteen people were killed and 631 were injured in car accidents during the 2013 Thanksgiving holiday.\r\nIn order to avoid becoming a statistic, MI Headlines advises you to get plenty of rest before driving, avoid alcohol and wear your seat belts.\r\nCrashes spike on Wednesday and Sunday evening - the two heaviest travel times. Postponing your departure until Thursday morning decreases the likelihood of being involved in a crash with a deer or drowsy or drunk driver by almost 50%.\r\nThe holiday coincides with the firearm deer season, which means hunters will add to the numbers on the road during the high travel holiday. A large deer herd, combined with large numbers of cars on the road, creates a high probability for collisions.\r\nHappy Thanksgiving and safe travels from MI Headlines!