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6 maps forecasting the potential snow arriving Friday night and Saturday

Forecasters are warning to expect "blustery and near record cold" on Saturday.

4-26-2000:North Andover:The flowers in front of the Stevens Memorial Library were bending under the weight of the freak late April snowfall. Jim Davis / The Boston Globe, File

Warm May temperatures will be on hold this weekend, with forecasters predicting that “unseasonably cold weather” will bring snow to parts of Massachusetts.

Rain arriving Friday night is expected to change over to a period of accumulating snow over the state’s higher elevations, according to the National Weather Service.

“Blustery conditions with near record cold temperatures are expected for Saturday with scattered rain and higher elevation snow showers,” service meteorologists said.

Western parts of Massachusetts could see accumulations of a few inches of the white stuff, and wind chills on Saturday afternoon are forecast to range between the low 20s and mid-30s.

Below, six maps from local forecasters predicting where snow could fall from the storm arriving for the weekend.

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Dave Epstein

Boston 25 News 

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