Rain changing to snow later today into tonight

Light snow accumulations possible tonight

Rain showers will develop throughout the day, and become more widespread after 3 pm.  Sunday's data continues to show this will be a minor storm, but rain changing to snow with light accumulations is still expected during the overnight hours tonight.  A winter weather advisory has been posted for Clinton county, but the rest of the Tri-State is not included, and I do not expect us to see the advisory shifted south.

Winter weather advisory for areas in purple

As colder air begins to wrap into this system, we'll gradually see the rain/snow line moving from north of Dayton south throughout the late evening.  Highest snow accumulations are still expected to be to our north where they could see more than 3" of snow north of I-70.  For the Tri-State, around 1" is likely for those of you in Franklin, Butler, Warren, and Clinton counties, but some spots could see up to 2".  From Dearborn, into Hamilton, Clermont, Brown, & Highland, Adams, Boone, Kenton, & Campbell counties, we could see 1/2" to 1".  South of 275, it looks like we'll see a dusting or less.

Light snow tonight

 SUNDAY

Rain showers
Mix to snow later today
High: 41

TONIGHT

Snow showers
1-2" north of Cincinnati, up to 1" near Ohio River
Low: 23

MONDAY

Morning flurries
Mostly cloudy, colder
High: 32

MONDAY NIGHT

A few snow showers
Mostly cloudy skies
Low: 23

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