Here’s what Boston meteorologists are saying about the snow forecast for Saturday night

"For all of you who want snow, here you go!"

Appleton Street in Boston's South End in December.
Appleton Street in Boston's South End in December. –Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff

National Weather Service: ‘Accumulating snow overspreads the region from west to east between 2 and 5 PM Saturday. Snow sticks immediately to roads and continues through Sat evening.’

David Epstein: ‘4-5 inches of snow seems like the most likely numbers we will see by Sunday morning.’

Michael Page, NBC10 Boston and NECN: ‘For all of you who want snow, here you go!’

Eric Fisher, WBZ: ‘Quick mover. Nice thing is, a fluffy snow for a change!’

Mike Wankum, WCVB: ‘Don’t expect much before sunset, but a brief blast Saturday night could make for some slippery travel.’

Terry Eliasen, WBZ: ‘Snow arrives between 4-7pm, changes to rain to the south within a few hours and all over shortly after Midnight’

Shiri Spear, Boston 25: ‘Here we go again!’

Vicki Graf, Boston 25: ‘Accumulating snow expected, the heaviest totals will be north and west of Boston.’

Pamela Gardner, NBC10 Boston and NECN: ‘Saturday AM will be dry, but snow begins 3pm west, around 6pm east. Steadiest snow after 6pm.’

Jaisol Martinez, 7News: ‘Snow moves in around sunset in Worcester County, and about an hour after sunset in Boston.’

Cindy Fitzgibbon, WCVB: ‘Not a very large window for us to accumulate snow. It moves in and out pretty quickly.’

Jeremy Reiner, 7News: ‘Not likely to see 4″ along or east of I-95 (1-3″ in those areas).’

Harvey Leonard, WCVB: ‘In and around Boston, the period of time to watch for slippery travel would be from about 4-5pm Saturday until 10pm to midnight.’