Here are 7 maps forecasting the next snowfall in southern New England

Cambridge, MA - 2/9/2017   - A girl runs through the snow on Massachusetts Avenue in Cambridge, MA, February 9, 2017. A winter storm is expected to drop between 12 to 18 inches of snow in the region, with less falling towards the Cape and Islands, according to National Weather Service.(Keith Bedford/Globe Staff)
A girl runs through the snow on Massachusetts Avenue in Cambridge. –Keith Bedford / Boston Globe

Snow is about to arrive in the region for the third time in a week.

While Maine could be in for another foot of snow, southern New England is likely to see less of the white stuff this time around.  The National Weather Service issued a winter storm watch for Essex County, Massachusetts, through Thursday morning and says the highest risk for snow will be Wednesday night in the northeastern part of the state.

Meteorologist David Epstein has a closer look at what to expect, but here’s what several local meteorologists are forecasting for the region Wednesday to Thursday.

National Weather Service:

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Meteorologist Dave Epstein:

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CBS Boston Meteorologist Terry Eliasen:

7News:

WCVB Meteorologist Cindy Fitzgibbon:

Fox 25 Meteorologist Shiri Spear:

NBC Boston Meteorologist Jacqueline Bennett:

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October 13, 2017 | 5:00 AM