I think the hub will be hot to the touch regardless of bearing failure. I would advise against touching after highway driving. I second the wheel bearings, however I would give everything a good visual once over to make sure you don't in fact have some debris lodged anywhere. But I would bank on wheel bearings and unless you are a seasoned or at least well versed mechaninc then I wouldn't try to attempt yourself. Locate a trustworthy and well respected independent shop in your area.
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