After a rainy Thursday, Massachusetts is in for some snow Friday morning, according to local meteorologists.
“Generally expecting 1-3 in of snow. The morning commute may be slick across the interior & I-95 corridor, so allow extra time to reach your destination,” the National Weather Service said Thursday evening.
Here are six maps predicting Friday’s snowfall across the state:
Here is the latest on the snowfall expected late tonight through Friday AM. Generally expecting 1-3 in of snow. The morning commute may be slick across the interior & I-95 corridor, so allow extra time to reach your destination. #mawx #ctwx #riwx pic.twitter.com/a5zANMSNDS
— NWS Boston (@NWSBoston) October 29, 2020
— WBZ | CBS Boston News (@wbz) October 29, 2020
UPDATED SNOW MAP: First snow of the season tomorrow! The further inland you go and the higher the terrain, the more snow you are going to see. It's going to be a messy commute tomorrow morning! @kevinboston25 pic.twitter.com/cCof5RRe3Z
— Vicki Graf (@VickiGrafWX) October 29, 2020
Rain tonight flips to snow early Friday morning (between 4-7am). Pretty good burst of snow from about 7-11am. 1" or less in Boston. 1-2" between Rt 128 & 495. Highest amounts in higher elevations of Worcester county. Slick travel in some spots, especially outside Rt. 128. #7news pic.twitter.com/JEW1qa96Ez
— Jeremy Reiner (@jreineron7) October 29, 2020
Here's how much snow to expect Friday morning. Most of it will be on grassy areas but a few inland locations could develop some snow covered roads. It's been a few months since we've had to drive in the snow so take it easy. #wcvb pic.twitter.com/qv6SnzziYJ
— Mike Wankum (@MetMikeWCVB) October 30, 2020
First Alert: tonight through Friday morning. Rain will continue to stay steady to heavy overnight, flipping to snow by daybreak Friday. Strong NNE winds overnight, could lead to some power outages in S. New England. @NBC10Boston @NECN #firstalert pic.twitter.com/jTL6drVEnU
— Pamela Gardner NBC10 Boston (@Pamelanbcboston) October 29, 2020
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