NEW YORK (PIX11) — While the week has started on a beautiful note, the rest of it is looking unsettled with the chance of some showers from time to time. Much of Tuesday looks okay, but an approaching frontal boundary will drift eastward bringing the chance of showers and the chance may continue through at least Thursday. Even so, Friday may also have the threat of a shower as well.

Till then, it will remain to be pleasant for Monday night. The humidity will remain low as temperatures drop into the lower 60s under mostly clear skies.

Skies will cloud up on Tuesday as the warm front inches closer. While a shower cannot be ruled out for areas well north and west of the city, it should be a dry day for most. There will be some sun around allowing temperatures to climb into the upper 70s.

Showers will then move in late Tuesday night and they will continue to be on and off throughout the day on Wednesday. Some of it may contain heavier downpours that could lead to localized flash flooding. Expect highs to end up in the mid-70s.

The shower threat will continue into Thursday, especially during the first half of the day. The sun may then break out in the afternoon, but the risk of another shower cannot be totally ruled out. Highs will be in the upper 70s.

The week looks to end on a better note. Still, the day will feature a fair amount of clouds with highs in the upper 70s to around 80. While not likely, the chance of a shower will still be around.

So far, the weekend looks dry with partly to mostly sunny skies. Highs will be on the warmer side with temperatures climbing into the lower to mid-80s.