The calendar may say it’s spring, but more snow is headed for Southern New England.
The National Weather Service is predicting much of Eastern Massachusetts could see around a half foot of snow from another storm, the fourth nor’easter to hit the region in March. Winter Storm Warnings and Advisories have been issued for most of Southern New England, and service forecasters are cautioning that the storm will likely bring more flooding and high winds to the coast.
In an updated forecast Wednesday afternoon, the service again slightly pushed back the estimated times for the snow’s arrival in Massachusetts.
“While some snow will impact the region through the afternoon [the] main impact probably [will] not [be] until after 5 p.m. or 6 p.m. this evening south of the Pike and even later north of that region,” service forecasters wrote earlier in the day. “We should see the snow accumulations continue into early Thursday morning, especially [in] Eastern Massachusetts.”
The service is forecasting precipitation to start in Boston by about 5 p.m. and stop sometime around 11 a.m. to noon Thursday:
The storm is expected to exit the region Thursday morning. See the exact times when snow is forecast to end below: