7 maps predicting how much snow will fall in Massachusetts Tuesday into Wednesday

“The afternoon into evening commute is going to be a mess.”

Boston MA - 03/13/18 -  Plows clear Storrow Drive/Soldiers Field Road near Boston University during a blizzard.   (Lane Turner/Globe Staff) Reporter:  ()  Topic: ()
–Lane Turner / The Boston Globe, File

Meteorologists are warning that the commute home on Tuesday is not going to be an easy one.

Forecasters say a winter storm will bring snow that will change to ice and rain impacting evening travel.  

“The afternoon into evening commute is going to be a mess,” the National Weather Service said Tuesday on Facebook. “If you can, please stay off the roads. This will be a high-impact event [with] slowed commutes, long drive homes, slick roads as moderate to heavy snow/sleet impacts the area.”

The precipitation is expected to start in Boston around 1 p.m. Tuesday and end at roughly 5 a.m. Wednesday. The service has issued Winter Storm Warnings and Winter Weather Advisories for Massachusetts during that time.


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

National Weather Service

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