A few more inches of snow are expected to arrive Wednesday night in southern New England.
“Light snow develops from west to east through 8 pm,” the National Weather Service said Wednesday afternoon. “Heaviest snow occurs from 10 pm to 4 am, but ends by 7 am [Thursday] in most locations, but may linger through 9 am on the eastern MA coast. Snow [accumulations] of 2-4″, but a band of 3-6″ possible near the MA turnpike.”
Here are seven maps from local meteorologists predicting how much it’ll snow in the region.
I think it's smart not making the call on school delays until morning. Light fluffy stuff over by sunrise. Dropping amounts. 4" would now be top in scattered areas. pic.twitter.com/M2Etkrav3M
— Dave Epstein (@growingwisdom) February 28, 2019
— Terry Eliasen (@TerryWBZ) February 27, 2019
It looks like that blast of snow tonight will move into #MA after 6pm, making for slippery travel overnight and possibly for tomorrow's morning commute. Expected totals have inched up a bit, too: https://t.co/2Ix61irP3M #MAWx #WCVBSnow @wcvb @Met_CindyFitz pic.twitter.com/aBLyQYI65o
— David Hurlburt (@David5TV) February 27, 2019
— 7News Boston WHDH (@7News) February 27, 2019
Snow moving in and filling in overnight… this much pic.twitter.com/GRmFloEc3Y
— Boston 25 Weather (@BOS25Weather) February 27, 2019
If you missed it on this morning's @nbc10boston and @necn news, our team snow forecast. Starts late day west, evening Central/East, ends Thursday morning with snow-covered roads for delays probable. pic.twitter.com/4lt6yusH4p
— Matt Noyes NBC10 Boston & NECN (@MattNBCBoston) February 27, 2019