Maps: How much snow is forecast to accumulate on Wednesday

“Snow ends from west to east by lunchtime."

Brookline, MA - 02/07/18 -  Dog owners congregate in Amory Park as a snowfall begins in Brookline.  (Lane Turner/Globe Staff) Reporter:  ()  Topic: ()
–Lane Turner / Boston Globe, File

Travelers are forecast to see a “difficult morning commute” on Wednesday as snow falls across Massachusetts. 

“Snow ends from west to east by lunchtime, except [it] may linger into early afternoon across the Cape/Nantucket,” the National Weather Service said

The service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for southeastern Massachusetts and the Cape, which is in effect through 10 a.m.

Service forecasters are predicting much of the state could see 1 to 4 inches of snow accumulation — potentially 5 in some places. Parts of the western Bay State could see just a coating to an inch.

 “While the bulk of the accumulating snow will be ending across the interior shortly, several more hours of snow will occur across RI into eastern MA so roads will be deteriorating in this region,” the service wrote. “Lingering rain across the Cape/Islands will be changing to snow over the next few hours.”

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Below,  six maps from local forecasters predicting the snow totals across the state. 

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