Map: Here’s when the snow and rain are expected to start

Meteorologists are forecasting Massachusetts will see a mix of precipitation starting Thursday evening.

Boston, MA- March 21, 2018: Trees begin to flower at the Public Garden in Boston, MA on March 21, 2018. 
As Massachusetts prepares for the fourth major winter storm in three weeks, forecasters have adjusted snowfall totals and the timeline for Wednesday’s storm already dubbed the “four’easter.”
Snow is expected to start falling around the evening rush hour in the Boston area, and could potentially bring 6 to 8 inches to the region by the time it ends on Thursday, said Eleanor Vallier-Talbot, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service. (CRAIG F. WALKER/GLOBE STAFF) section: metro reporter:
–Craig F. Walker / The Boston Globe

Hopefully you’ve prepared yourself for the sight of some snow on Friday morning.

A nor’easter is headed toward New England, where it is expected to drop a mix of snow and rain on Massachusetts starting Thursday evening. The National Weather Service is forecasting that more snow accumulation is expected inland, while the coast may see more rain. A winter storm warning has been issued for parts of the Bay State.

Here’s when the wintry mix is expected to start falling: 

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