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Sweater weather Saturday in Metro Detroit

Highs in the low, middle 50s

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DETROIT – Remaining chilly and windy for Detroit's first half of the weekend. Hurricane Joaquin will stay away from the U.S. Warmer weather arriving in Southeast Michigan next week.

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A Coastal Flood Advisory remains in affect for Wayne County and Monroe County communities along the Lake Erie coast.

Saturday night will have a chance of scattered rain showers with lows near 50 degrees.

Hurricane Joaquin will remain over the open waters of the Atlantic. It will travel in between the Carolinas and Burmuda (closer to Bermuda) over the weekend and not make a direct hit on any part of the United States.

That said, soggy conditions unrelated to Joaquin are still expected for the Michigan-Maryland football game in College Park, Maryland. MSU is playing Perdue in East Lansing. Fans will need their green and white sweaters, jackets and umbrellas. Temps will be in the 50s with light showers by the end of the game.

Sunday has a chance of showers with highs in the low and middle 60s. Higher temps and more sunshine return next week. Temps will be in the middle and upper 60s Monday under mostly cloudy to partly sunny skies. It will be mostly sunny Tuesday and Wednesday with highs near 70 degrees or more.

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