4 maps predicting the snowfall in Massachusetts from Monday’s storm

"Low pressure passing southeast of New England will bring snow to much of the area Monday afternoon, which should change to rain Monday evening, except across the higher elevations."

BOSTON, MA - DECEMBER 11, 2019: Stefan Olsson walks his dogs on William J Day Blvd Boston, MA  on December 11, 2019. A cold front swept south and east from Canada and brought back more seasonable temperatures overnight. Ahead of this frontal system, an area of rain crossed the region Tuesday evening and changed to snow showers by dawn Wednesday. (Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff) section: Metro
–Craig F. Walker / The Boston Globe, File

It may technically be spring, but winter’s not done quite yet.

Most of Massachusetts is expected to see snow Monday, with the flakes starting in Western Mass. around noon and moving east.

“Low pressure passing southeast of New England will bring snow to much of the area Monday afternoon, which should change to rain Monday evening, except across the higher elevations,” the National Weather Service said Sunday morning. “Another coastal storm affects the region Wednesday into Thursday, with some snow possible across the higher elevations and mainly rain elsewhere.”

Below, four maps from local meteorologists predicting the snowfall from Monday’s storm.

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