Here’s what Boston meteorologists are saying about the ‘prolonged winter storm’

More snow is on the way, according to forecasters.

National Weather Service: ‘We are in the middle of a prolonged winter storm.’

David Epstein: ‘Watch for icy spots to develop [Monday] as colder air moves south post 3 p.m.’

Michael Page, NBC10 Boston and NECN: ‘Your drive to work around Greater Boston will be much more wintry [Tuesday] than [Monday].’

Jeremy Reiner, 7News: ‘Steady-heavy snow late [Monday]-Tuesday AM.’

Pamela Gardner, NBC10 Boston and NECN: ‘Long duration storm continues.’

Sarah Wroblewski, WBZ: ‘Some towns that were above freezing, have now dropped… black ice/slippery roads may develop.’

Shiri Spear, Boston 25 News: ‘The winds will stay busy [Monday] & [Tuesday] with gusts commonly 30-40 mph, possibly as high as 50 mph.’

Matt Noyes, NBC10 Boston and NECN: ‘[Tuesday’s] AM commute looks much worse for immediate Boston Metro & inside Route 495.’

Chris Lambert, 7News: ‘Wet roads through the afternoon along and east of I-95… colder on west side of coastal front where ice/snow falls.’

Zack Green, WBZ: ‘December 2nd’s 90-year old record of 6″ should hold but we have a chance of breaking the 126-year December 3 record!’

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