Cold front moves through Monday

Wet, windy day expected for Halloween

By Paul Gross - Meteorologist
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DETROIT - Mostly clear skies will prevail for most of Sunday night before some clouds start drifting down from the north, associated with a weak cold front. Lows will be in the mid 30s. 

Increasing clouds on Monday, but a dry day as the front coming through doesn't have much moisture to work with. Highs are looking to be in the low 50s. 

Look for another dry day on Tuesday with highs in the upper 40s. Then shower chances develop during the day on Wednesday. 

Sunday's new computer models continue to advertise a wet and windy day for Halloween, but warmer with highs in the low 60s. 

We'll then trend cooler as we head into next weekend. A chilly day is expected next Saturday for the Michigan – Michigan State game in East Lansing. 

Don't forget that next Saturday night we turn our clocks back an hour and return to Eastern Standard Time. Enjoy that extra hour of sleep!

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