DETROIT (WXYZ) - The 55th St. Patrick's Parade kicked off in Detroit's Corktown this afternoon.
The parade started at 2:00 p.m. on Michigan Avenue. Thousands of people took part in the parade which spanned from 6th Street to 14th Street.
Most people were sporting their best Irish green.
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Corktown is Detroit's oldest surviving neighborhood and is known to be where a large population of Irish settled.
This year, rain could have been an issue. To keep you up-to-date, the 7 First Alert weather team provided updates throughout the weekend.
For all the details visit the parade's website here: http://www.detroitstpatricksparade.com/
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