Detroit to End March on a Milder Note

By , Senior Meteorologist
March 31, 2014; 2:37 AM ET
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March is definitely going out like a lamb in Detroit with milder air pouring in.

A milder end to the weekend will give way to an even warmer Monday to close out March.

The warming will occur ahead of an approaching storm system. Temperatures will soar to near the 60-degree mark despite some clouds filtering overhead.

A shower or two is in the forecast for Tuesday as the system's cold front swings through. The front will not significantly drop temperatures but will open the door for gusty winds to howl in its wake.

Any snow associated with the storm will remain well to the north of Detroit.

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Another storm system will bring the possibility of steadier rain on Wednesday.

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