Severe Weather Threat for Tuesday

Michigan football game time vs. Maryland moved due to hurricane forecast

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Michigan Football

ANN ARBOR, Mich. – The Michigan Wolverines football game versus the Maryland Terrapins has been moved up to Noon on Saturday, because of forecasts of Hurricane Joaquin.

Flash Flood watches are in effect from Friday morning until 8 p.m. Saturday night in the area around Byrd Stadium in College Park, Maryland.

The storm could also affect the Washington Redskins‘ scheduled home game against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday if it continues on its projected path.

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1 Comment

  • Patrick

    I can guarantee ArtCraft will be affected by this hurricane. They better start planning for gusty winds and possiible rain. Just because its way off in the east coast doesnt mean were not safe. The outer bands will get us definitly. Take it from some one who lived through hurricanes for 19 years.

    Too bad ArtCraft. Looks like low attendance for sure.