Maybe the National Weather Service, ever that sentinel of atmospheric crises with its storm, flood and tornado warnings, should also issue advisories for meteorological bliss.
For instance, the forecast ending this week and going into the next would warrant an "Unbearable Lightness of Being Watch." Certainly, it wouldn't be a "warning," unless you're up for a Nietzchean dispute over the value of The Moment.
So, here are the facts, Friedrich: Friday's forecast for the Wasatch Front calls for sunshine, an afternoon sprinkle or two, and high temperatures in the mid-60s — a few degrees warmer than a partly cloudy Thursday. Saturday and Sunday will be more of the same; indeed, the trend will extend through all of next week.