With record-breaking highs in the 80s this past week you may have forgotten, but a Michigan March is often white with snow, and even late May isn’t always safe from winter’s fury.
Detroit never again had a snowstorm as severe as the one more than two weeks after spring sprung in 1886.
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Back to March 2012 – forecasters are calling for a a chance of rain and a high in the upper 60s on Sunday. Monday and Tuesday, Metro Detroit will likely see more seasonable highs in the 40s and 50s, creeping back up into the 70s on Wednesday.
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