If you live up in the hills, you could see a few snowflakes tonight.
Snow showers are expected to fall on the budding and blossoming trees in some areas through Wednesday morning, according to Bill Simpson, a meteorologist at the National Weather Service in Taunton.
"It's elevation-dependent," Simpson said. "Certainly, there's no way it's going to stick, but at the higher elevations, there's a pretty good chance it will snow."
That means the state's tallest mountain, Mount Greylock, will likely receive a dusting, Simpson said. The mountain is just below 3,500 feet in elevation.
Northern central Massachusetts might also receive a dusting, Simpson said, but snow is not expected in lower elevations.
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