This is about the dullest weather situation the city has had in months. There's still a weak low pressure system off the coast of North Carolina. It's trying to move northward but is being held in check by a high pressure system over Nova Scotia. Until that stalemate gets resolved the city is going to see cool and cloudy conditions with a slight chance of rain. There will be a fairly strong breeze off the ocean tomorrow and Friday, limiting highs both days to the mid 60s.

The chance of rain in the city will increase as the low inches northward. Look for the precipitation to start tomorrow and last through Friday. Friday is likely to be the wetter day as thunderstorms are possible. Central and southern New Jersey could see lots of rain from this storm.

The maritime high is expected to move southward late Friday, weakening the pesky low and pushing it offshore. For now it looks as if Saturday may see a few showers, but the skies should be clear by Sunday. Highs on Sunday should reach the upper 70s.