Don't worry. It's almost over. The cold, rainy, dreary weather that's been plaguing the area should be on its way out, according to meteorologist Ken Reeves of accuweather.com.
"The moisture is going to be gone (Monday) night probably. By the time people have to get up (today) there really isn't going to be too much left over," Reeves said.
While it's expected to get sunnier, Reeves said there will still be wind and temperatures around the 40s.
"There is some cold air that will probably try to find its way into the weather," he said. "There could be some flurries around Thursday."
Reeves said the temperature will likely drop to the 30s by the end of the week, and snow will replace the rain in the next 10 days.
The area has had more rain than normal for this time of the year, but also had higher-than-normal temperatures leading into Thanksgiving.
Reeves said to expect colder-than-normal temperatures for the first part of December. He said the second half of December through February should be mild.
Visit sanduskyregister.com/weather for live local data from a weather station atop the Register building in downtown Sandusky.