No, it isn’t over. Yes, it’s supposed to be spring.

There is a chance Boston will see snow flurries Friday, which is the spring equinox.

The city has already weathered a historic winter that featured 108.6 inches of snowfall, which broke the previous record of snowfall held by the winter of 1995-1996 by one inch.

Friday is expected to start sunny with temperatures topping out in the mid-30s in the morning. 

Clouds will follow in the afternoon, along with a 50 percent chance of snow. Friday night, snow is more likely, although accumulation is only expected to be an inch or two.

A cold snap has frozen the region recently, with temperatures in the 20s or colder in recent days.

Asked when the region could expect more spring-like temperatures, National Weather Service meteorologist William Babcock joked “I’m pretty confident we’ll see temperatures in the 50s sometime before July.”