7 maps forecasting how much snow Sunday’s storm could bring to Massachusetts

All of Massachusetts, except for Cape Cod and the Islands, will be under a winter storm warning or watch for the duration of the storm.

SNOW SLIDER5 Boston, MA - 1/04/17 -  Monique Ostromewa (cq) of Boston Harbor Cruises plows snow off Long Wharf as a major snow storm hits.  (Lane Turner/Globe Staff) Reporter:  ()  Topic: (05stormphotos)
–Lane Turner / The Boston Globe, File

Massachusetts can kiss its largely snowless winter goodbye this weekend, with most of the state expected to see at least 4 inches of the white stuff from a storm Saturday night into Sunday.

The precipitation is expected to start as snow Saturday night, before transitioning to rain, freezing rain, and sleet in parts of the state Sunday morning. The National Weather Service has issued a flood watch for southeastern Massachusetts, as 2 to 3 inches of rain are anticipated. Starting Sunday afternoon, temperatures will drop as Arctic air moves in, setting up conditions for a “flash freeze,” service meteorologists said.

All of Massachusetts, except for Cape Cod and the Islands, will be under a winter storm warning or watch for the duration of the storm.

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Below, seven maps from local meteorologists predicting how much snow will fall.

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