Goodbye, winter. Don't let that mild westerly flow and strong high pressure aloft slap you on your departing airmass on your way out.
Technically, "winter" remains until March 20, when the vernal equinox arrives in the Northern Hemisphere. But the National Weather Service says it will be spring — in effect, if not yet officially — that rules this weekend and week beyond.
Along the Wasatch Front, high temperatures Saturday and Sunday will be around 60 degrees under sunny-to-partly cloudy skies, just a couple degrees off of Friday's mid-60s forecast. Monday will warm into the mid-60s again, and the rest of next week will continue mostly dry with highs near 70.