Ice is all gone on the lower Great Lakes, but it’s still not boating season yet. (NOAA)

Hoping for a spring weekend to get your boat back in the water? Or try out your your stand-up paddleboard?

Temperatures will finally warm up to the 60s, but you still need to wear a wet suit, since water temperatures are in the upper 30s. Friday could be great for surfers, as gusty winds will create small waves, but overnight some rain could move in.

The rest of the weekend is a no-go. Widespread rain and thunderstorms are likely with very gusty winds.

And by Mondays, temperatures will drop back to the 40s.

Check out the full forecast for the Cleveland area:

Friday, April 13

High air temperature: 64 degrees

Water temperature: 37 degrees

Winds: 16 knots from the south-southwest later shifting to 11 knots from the south

Waves: 1 to 2 feet

Conditions: evening rain

Saturday, April 14

High air temperature: 54 degrees

Water temperature: 37 degrees

Winds: 14 knots from the east later shifting to 22 knots from the east-northeast

Waves: 1 to 2 feet later building to 4 to 5 feet

Conditions: rain, thunderstorms

Sunday, April 15

High air temperature: 53 degrees

Water temperature: 37 degrees

Winds: 13 knots from the east, later shifting from the west

Waves: 2 to 3 feet

Conditions: rain, thunderstorms

Monday, April 16

High air temperature: 40 degrees

Water temperature: 37 degrees

Winds: 19 knots from the west

Waves: over 5 feet

Conditions: rain, evening snow

For the full forecast in other Lake Erie zones, head to the National Weather Service’s marine forecast page to click on your specific area of interest.