If Farmington Elementary students Brad Barton and J.D. Goodman thought Friday's weather was something to jump about, they'll really be up in the air over the forecast for Saturday and Sunday. "It looks like we're in for a beautiful weekend," said Dean Jackman, deputy meteorologist in charge of the National Weather Service's Salt Lake Office. A cold front that brought light snow to Utah mountains and cooler temperatures in the valleys early Friday has moved into New Mexico, and a ridge of high pressure is moving in from the west. That means clearing skies and warming temperatures, Jackman said. Highs are expected to reach into the mid-50s on Saturday and into the mid-60s on Sunday along the Wasatch Front.