Unsettled is this week's weather theme. The primarily west-to-east flow of the summer jet stream will let surface fronts flop around like an oversized Montauk Monster in its death throes. Okay, we're not exactly sure what that analogy is supposed to mean, but there's a weak cold front approaching the city today. The front will stall south of town and make the humid air less stable, leading to an increasing chance of showers from this afternoon through tomorrow. Look for highs in the 70s both days.

Wednesday will be the lone dry day of the work week. Sunny skies and a high in the upper 70s are expected. Another slow moving front means clouds and more rain are likely toward the end of the week. With any luck that system will be out of here in time for a dry Flag Day weekend.