Kids, it doesn't get much better than eighty degrees and nary a cloud in sight. It may be difficult to return to the office after lunch. A few wispy cirrus clouds may arrive this evening, making for a lovely sunset.

This evening's cirrus are a harbinger of tomorrow night's cold front passage. Saturday should start with clear skies but clouds look to arrive by mid-afternoon. There's a chance for a scattered shower or thunderstorm beginning tomorrow evening.

Clouds and rain, if any, may linger into Sunday morning. By afternoon it should be sunny and warm, with a high in the mid 80s. The return of the sun means the second Manhattanhenge of 2009 will be visible. The early part of next week is shaping up to be very pleasant thanks to a high pressure system.