Here’s where, and how much, snow will fall in Massachusetts on Thursday

“Welcome to the second half of April… and it’s snowing/sleeting.”

Boston, MA- February 07, 2018: A pedestrian crosses Batterymarch Street at Milk Street in Boston, MA on February 07, 2018.  The National Weather Service said the wintry storm will bring snow, rain, sleet and freezing rain to every corner of the state, with communities in the central and northeastern areas of Massachusetts receiving the brunt of it.(Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff) section: metro reporter:
–Craig F. Walker / The Boston Globe, File

You might be ready for spring, but the weather has other ideas.

It’s snowing in Massachusetts on Thursday.

The National Weather Service is predicting that parts of the state could see a coating of up to 2 inches with most of the accumulation occurring on grassy surfaces.

“Welcome to the second half of April… and it’s snowing/sleeting,” service forecasters said.

The meteorologists said there will be a “better chance of accumulation across the high terrain where it’ll be colder.”

Boston is expected to see little to no accumulation. According to the service’s seven-day forecast for the city, rain and sleet will turn to all rain after noon.


Below, the service’s map predicting where snow will fall in the rest of the state: 

NWS Boston Snow Map


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