5 maps predicting how much snow will fall Saturday morning

Local forecasters weigh in on the first of two storms this weekend.

A bike rider battles strong wind and snow as he rides up Harvard Street.
A cyclist battles strong wind and snow as he rides up Harvard Street. –Matthew J. Lee / The Boston Globe

Another snowstorm will impact southern New England early Saturday morning, according to the National Weather Service.

Most of eastern Massachusetts, including Boston, can expect 3 to 4 inches of snow, according to a map from the service on Saturday morning.

“In case you missed it, the snowfall outlook this morning has been dropped by 2 inches for most of the area,” WCVB’s Kelly Ann Cicalese tweeted. “The snow was rather delayed, so the Winter Storm Warning has been canceled. Winter Weather Advisory is still in effect.”

It’s not the only chance for snowfall this weekend. Another storm is on the radar for Sunday night into Monday.


Here’s what local meteorologists are predicting for Saturday’s storm:

National Weather Service:

Snowfall predictions for Saturday
Snowfall predictions for Saturday. —National Weather Service

David Epstein:

snow saturday as of 7 am
Snow will end late Saturday morning and early afternoon in most areas. —David Epstein



Boston 25 News:


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