The low pressure system that has plagued the Great Lakes with cool, damp weather for days on end has finally started to move and weaken. The surface low is located to our north, while the center of lower pressures in the upper levels of the atmosphere is directly overhead. A number of subtle disturbances continue to spin around the low as well.
This low will drift east and southeast today as it continues to dissipate slowly. As it does so, scattered rain showers will continue across the Finger Lakes. Much like this weekend, it will not be raining most of the time. However, by sunset, most areas will likely have seen at least some rain today.