Winter’s not over quite yet.
Meteorologists say Massachusetts is set to see some snow Sunday morning.
“A burst of snow/sleet overspreads the region between 5 and 9 am [Sunday],” the National Weather Service said Saturday. “Roads may quickly become slippery with 1 to 3 [inches] of snow/sleet anticipated near and northwest of a [Boston] to [Providence] line, followed by a period of light icing. Mainly rain by mid afternoon [Sunday].”
Here’s when the precipitation is expected to start:
And here are six maps predicting snowfall totals across Massachusetts:
— WBZ | CBS Boston News (@wbz) March 9, 2019
— Kelly Ann Cicalese (@kellyannwx) March 9, 2019
SUNDAY: Tracking snow to sleet to rain (yes, in that order). Snow slides in ~7am for Worcester, between 9-10am for Boston. The snow/rain line lifts north after noon, with sleet & freezing rain possible, making for slick spots through late morning. Rain lingers into the evening. pic.twitter.com/NUfHGmYooL
— Jackie Layer 7News (@JackieLayerOn7) March 9, 2019
Snow arrives early Sunday morning and will stick around through midday with a change over to rain by the afternoon. Watch out for some icy travel throughout the day Sunday. We will be tweaking this forecast as the storm continues to develop. pic.twitter.com/ya9poAfjji
— Vicki Graf (@VickiGrafWX) March 8, 2019
A wonderful start to the weekend turns snowy in some parts of the state on Sunday. https://t.co/2NC4nuwtk5
— NBC10 Boston (@NBC10Boston) March 9, 2019