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WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY FOR CLINTON COUNTY

The National Weather Service in Wilmington has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for Clinton County through 7am Monday. Most in the Tri-State will receive 1" or less of total snowfall accumulation tonight, but accumulations 1" or slightly more are favored in Fayette, Union, Franklin, Butler, Warren, Highland, and Clinton Counties (especially the northernmost communities in each of these counties). Please use caution if traveling tonight.

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Overnight Update From Scott Dimmich 01/25/15

11:00pm, Sunday, January 25, 2015

Rain will transition to all snow as the coverage of precipitation drops early in the overnight. Snow showers will be scattered by Monday morning's commute with temperatures centering in the mid 20s. Standing water on Tri-State roads overnight will turn to ice overnight - including on bridges and overpasses - as temperatures fall. Please use caution if traveling overnight or Monday morning! Most in the Tri-State will receive 1" or less of total snowfall accumulation, but event total accumulations of 1" or more are favored in Fayette, Union, Franklin, Butler, Warren, and Clinton Counties (especially the northernmost communities in each of these counties). Some in northern Kentucky will see little if any snowfall accumulation. After snow showers dissipate early Monday, little if any clearing is forecast into the afternoon with high temperatures around 30 degrees. Snow showers early Tuesday will be scattered, but precipitation will be more widespread Thursday; Thursday's event will begin with rain and finish as snow. Lingering flurries will end early Friday, and sunshine will be highly filtered this weekend. Meteorologist John Gumm, Bob Herzog, and Jen Dalton will be tracking precipitation and road conditions on Good Morning Cincinnati, beginning at 4:25am.

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