jeanne.jpgAs Gothamist looks into our crystal ball we see nothing but blue skies through next Sunday. After a week in which Hurricane Ivan killed 52 people in the U.S., Hurricane Jeanne killed at least 90 in Haiti, flooding upstate and in New Jersey, and a fried West 4th St station on Saturday, we are grateful for the blue skies.

For the first time in a while we are under the influence of an air mass that formed over Canada. Air circulates clockwise around a high pressure system in the Northern Hemisphere. While it is cool right now, it will warm up as the high moves to the east. Behind this air mass is another Canadian air mass. The two are separated by a dry cold front. Expect next Sunday to be a repeat of yesterday.