7 maps predicting how much snow could still fall in Mass. through Tuesday

“We are in the middle of a prolonged winter storm.”

In this Sunday, Dec. 1, 2019 photo, a family walks up Front Street during a snow storm in Worcester, Mass. A wintry storm that made Thanksgiving travel miserable across much of the country gripped the East with a messy mixture of rain, snow, sleet and wind.  (Christine Peterson/Worcester Telegram & Gazette via AP)
–Christine Peterson/Worcester Telegram & Gazette via AP

The winter storm dumping snow, sleet, and rain across Massachusetts isn’t over yet. 

“We are in the middle of a prolonged winter storm,” the National Weather Service said Monday morning. 

The storm, which began Sunday, is forecast to continue to bring additional snowfall to the region through Tuesday morning. Most of Massachusetts is under either a Winter Storm Warning or Winter Weather Advisory through 7 a.m. Tuesday morning.  

So far, the service estimates eastern Massachusetts has seen between two and three inches of accumulation, while the central and western parts of the state have observed higher totals ranging from nine inches in Spencer to 10 in Williamstown.

Advertisement

Here are seven maps predicting how much more snow to expect from the storm:

National Weather Service

David Epstein

 WBZ

 WCVB

https://twitter.com/MetMikeWCVB/status/1201613876409839621

 7News

Boston 25 News

 NBC10 Boston