Spring has been teasing us with glimpses of sun and warmth, but that's not to say that it's here to stay. The city has experienced rain and colder temperatures in recent days and this trend is set to continue all weekend.\nIn fact, with a predicted high of two degrees tomorrow, it might be the coldest April 27 since 1946. Montreal would break a decades old cold temperature record. I'm not here for this kind of behaviour, Mother Nature.\nREAD ALSO: Quebec To Be Hit With 20cm Of Heavy Snow This Weekend\nTL;DR With a predicted high of two degrees, tomorrow might be the coldest April 27th since 1946.\nYUL Weather Records, a Twitter account run by a weather historian, keeps tabs on historical weather records. The account Tweeted this out earlier on Friday:\nWith a forecast high of 2°C, tomorrow could be #Montréal's coldest Apr 27th since 1946. pic.twitter.com/0ljnamL3bx— YUL Weather Records (@YUL_Weather) April 26, 2019\nHistorial data from the government of Canada, however, shows that the daily high temperature on April 27th, 1946 was 2.2 degrees:\nGovernment of Canada\nThis data comes from a weather station at St-Laurent College in Montreal in 1946.\nIf Montreal is indeed 2 degrees, it will be colder than April 27th, 1946 as indicated by government records, shattering the record that date holds.\nIt's comforting, at least, to know that springtime weather in Montreal was just as capricious then as it is now. Notice that the daytime high just two days earlier was 20 degrees.\nMontreal is therefore set to break a 73-year-old cold weather record. If the high is 2 degrees, it will be one of the coldest April 27 in recorded history.\nThe next coldest temperature, of 3.9 degrees, was recorded in 1932, according to to YUL Weather Records.\nView this post on Instagram Who are your favourite MTL photographers? Tag them in the comments ⚜️ . . . . . . #mtlblog #mtlmoments #explorecanada #imagesofcanada #narcityquebec #narcitycanada #agameoftones #moodygrams #eclecticshotz #meistershots #visualambassadors #theimaged #montreal #canada #beautifuldestinations #heatercentral #way2ill #illgrammers #fatalframes #gramslayers #canada #mtl #montreal @mtlblog @livemontreal @montreal @way2ill_ @illgrammers @moodygrams @agameoftones @create.and.capture @visualambassadors @theimaged @gramslayers @meistershots A post shared by 🚧 Montreal | Canada 🍁 (@ericbranover) on Apr 26, 2019 at 7:43am PDT\nThis is unfortunate news for the optimists among us who have already put their winter jackets away. I've been ready to break out my summer dresses and shorts and head to the park for the last month.\nIf you think this is going to put a damper on your weekend plans, don't despair just yet. There are so many things to do this weekend that don't involve going outside.\nCheck out one of these 15 activities that will keep you busy all weekend long.