5 maps predicting how much snow will fall in Massachusetts on Tuesday

Parts of the state could see as much as six inches of accumulation.

BOSTON, MA- DECEMBER 23, 2017: A woman protects herself from the rain on Boylston Street in Boston, MA on December 23, 2017. (For those crossing their fingers for a white Christmas, the rain is expected to give way to snow eventually, with initial forecasts showing anywhere from a coating to 8 inches, in different areas across the state.
The Boston area may get 1 to 2 inches of snow from early Monday morning through the evening, with most counties north and west of Boston possibly getting 4 to 6 inches.) (CRAIG F. WALKER/GLOBE STAFF) section: metro reporter:
A woman protects herself from the rain on Boylston Street in 2017. – Craig F. Walker, File

Commuters may have to contend with some snowy roads on Tuesday morning.

The National Weather Service is forecasting snow will start falling Monday night, and northwestern Massachusetts could see as much as six inches of accumulation through Tuesday. In other parts of the Bay State, rain is predicted to change to snow by Tuesday morning, leaving behind just a coating of the white stuff.

These five maps from local meteorologists show how much snow to expect across Massachusetts.

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