Map: How much snow has accumulated in Massachusetts from Friday’s storm

The snowfall is predicted to taper off by early afternoon, according to forecasters.

Snow covers pumpkins for sale at Trombetta's Farm during the season's first snowfall, Friday, Oct. 30, 2020, in Marlborough, Mass. (AP Photo/Bill Sikes)
Snow covers pumpkins for sale at Trombetta's Farm during the season's first snowfall on Friday in Marlborough. –Bill Sikes / AP

Massachusetts saw its first snowfall of the season on Friday, and according to forecasters, much of the state saw at least an inch of the white stuff accumulated before lunch.

According to the National Weather Service the snow is predicted to taper off by early afternoon as the storm “moves off to our east.”

“As the snow ends, temperatures will rise a few degrees later this afternoon, so no lingering impacts on the roads are expected,” forecasters wrote

Before noon, more than 2 inches of snow had accumulated in Worcester, with higher totals reported in the northwestern part of the state and about an inch in the Boston area.

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