Does anyone remember the beginning of February? The month actually got off to a warm start with an average temperature for the first four days running 6.1 degrees above normal. Since then it's been wave after wave of cold air with the temperature at the Portland Jetport failing to climb out of the 20s on 14 out of 23 days. Friday won't be any different. In fact its shaping up to be the coldest day of the month despite mostly sunny skies as a ridge of high pressure builds in. The high will be east of us by Saturday setting up a southerly wind and this should warm things up a tad but not enough to get our temperatures out of the 20s. A cold front is going to push through Saturday night and slowly sink southward on Sunday. An area of low pressure is expected to form on this front and track by to our south on Monday possibly bringing us some light snowfall. As the low moves off to the east it will pull down another surge of very cold air for Tuesday.