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.
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