Have you ever wondered what one of Detroit’s favorite weather broadcasters would look like with a stache? You’re in luck.

CBS 62/CW50 Detroit Chief Meteorologist Jim Madaus is observing Movember to raise awareness for men’s health. He won’t shave his moustache (mo) for the entire month of November.

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Jim isn’t the only one here at CBS going “no shave” in November. CBS is encouraging all of their guys to join the Movember team page at moteam.co/cbs-cares. CBS will make a donation to the team and anyone can donate or help raise funds by sharing this page. Don’t worry ladies, you can participate by donating and promoting the importance of men’s health.

The Movember Foundation’s vision is to have an everlasting impact on the face of men’s health. They do this by asking men to grow moustaches during November. It’s all intended to spark conversation and raise funds for prostate cancer, testicular cancer and mental health.

We’ll post a few photos of his progress here. Stay tuned.

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Update: December 1 — The 30 day mustache will be shaved on December 2.

Update: November 13

On day one of Movember with CBS 62/CW50 Detroit Chief Meteorologist Jim Madaus poses for a photo with a fresh shave. Jim is observing Movember to raise awareness for men's health. He won't shave his mustache (mo) for the entire month of November. (credit: CBS 62)

On day one of Movember with CBS 62/CW50 Detroit Chief Meteorologist Jim Madaus poses for a photo with a fresh shave. Jim is observing Movember to raise awareness for men’s health. He won’t shave his mustache (mo) for the entire month of November. (credit: CBS 62)

The Movember community has raised over $550 million, and funded over 800 world-class programs in 21 countries.