Massachusetts residents are in for a fresh blanket of snow.
“Snow develops between 10 p.m. and 2 a.m.,” the National Weather Service said Sunday evening. “Heaviest snow occurs near and especially south of the Massachusetts Turnpike though 9 a.m. Monday. Generally lighter snows continue later Monday morning and afternoon, but bands of heavier snow may still impact central/eastern Massachusetts.”
Below, seven maps from local meteorologists predicting how much it’ll snow.
WEATHER ALERT: Snow Will Make Roads Slippery Late Sunday Into Monday. Snow Totals Here: https://t.co/3U3xARtLQx
— WBZ | CBS Boston News (@wbz) February 17, 2019
— Mike Wankum (@MetMikeWCVB) February 18, 2019
UPDATE: Snow starts after midnight tonight and will continue through mid-day Monday. Boston will likely see 3-4", Fitchburg about 2-3", parts of SE Mass between 4-6". @7News pic.twitter.com/bF60fAdU2n
— Jaisol Martinez (@JaisolWX) February 17, 2019
SNOWFALL FORECAST: Most of MA will see 2-4" of snow overnight through Monday night. There will be a band of heavier snow 4-6" across the South Shore (this could change as the storm gets closer). If you do have to travel tomorrow, take it slow! pic.twitter.com/w2CU94qh14
— Vicki Graf (@VickiGrafWX) February 17, 2019
Snow starts around midnight. Pacing is light, spotty for some. Ends by tomorrow evening/night. Let it mellow? Depends on where you live… pic.twitter.com/VQwYFNWaxL
— Pete Bouchard NBC10 Boston (@PeteNBCBoston) February 17, 2019