Map: Here’s when the rain and snow will stop Tuesday

Areas in the western part of the state could see up to 2 inches of accumulation before noon.

The rain and snow are on their way out.

The National Weather Service is forecasting the precipitation that lingered over Massachusetts overnight will pass by noon on Tuesday. Before then, however, areas in the western part of the Bay State could see up to two inches of snow accumulation.

In Boston, the skies are expected to clear after 10 a.m. and remain partly cloudy for the rest of the day, according to the service’s seven-day forecast for the city. Forecasters say a few rain and snow showers will return to the region on Wednesday night. 

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