Maps: Here’s where snow is being forecast in Massachusetts on Thursday evening

“Rain will likely change to a brief period of snow before ending across the interior high terrain.”

Snow fell along Commonwealth Avenue on Monday morning.
–Nathan Klima for The Boston Globe

The rain that’s forecast to douse Massachusetts on Thursday night could change over to the season’s first snow in parts of the state. 

A cold front moving into the region will bring with it periods of rain on Thursday afternoon and evening,  the National Weather Service said Wednesday

“Rain will likely change to a brief period of snow before ending across the interior high terrain,” service forecasters wrote. “Mainly just a coating of snow possible, but may see an inch in the Berks/highest terrain of northern Worcester Hills.”

“Unseasonably cold and windy weather” will follow the precipitation into Friday, with temperatures predicted to “remain well below normal” on Saturday, according to the service.

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Below, 6 maps from local meteorologists forecasting which parts of the Bay State could see the first snowfall of the season this week. 

NWS Boston

David Epstein

CBS Boston

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Boston 25 News

WCVB