With each passing weekend, the anticipation builds in hopes that the weekends ahead can only get better. Sadly it's my job to keep giving folks the bad news that it isn't happening.
We will get a bit of a tease this weekend with one warm day, but a cold front arrives Sunday to drop us back below normal temperatures to end the weekend and start next week.
Friday will start out cloudy with the risk of a morning sprinkle (or even wet flurry!) before skies begin to clear later in the afternoon. Temperatures will be a touch below normal but will feel cooler with a brisk northwesterly wind.
Saturday will bring mainly sunny skies and be the warmest day of the weekend with temperatures climbing back up to near the mid-teens.
Much colder air arrives Sunday along with a few clouds and the risk of a shower as a cold front moves in from the northwest.
Monday will remain cool with rain moving in at the end of the day. Next week will see a warming trend, but the active storm track could park over the region to bring persistent rain for the end of next week.
The wet weather could hang around into next weekend to yet again squash the dreams of the perfect spring weekend.