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Here’s what local forecasters are saying about potential snow Tuesday

"Enough to make the Wednesday AM commute a bit slick."

Pat Greenhouse, Globe staff, file

Accumulating snow forecast for Tuesday night and into Wednesday could have an impact on the evening and morning commutes, according to local meteorologists.

For most of Eastern Massachusetts, 1 to 2 inches of snow is possible. The tip of Cape Cod is predicted to see far less snow – just less than an inch is forecast, according to the National Weather Service.

More snow is headed for Western and Central Massachusetts, which has a winter weather advisory in parts of the region. The forecast in North Adams is between 4 and 6 inches, while Worcester will see 2 to 3 inches, the service said.

“May make for difficult travel for the late Tues PM commute the AM commute Wed.,” the service said on Twitter.

Here’s what other local forecasters are saying about the snow:

Dave Epstein: ‘Not a big deal’

Eric Fisher, WBZ and CBS News: ‘Not much oomph behind this’

A.J. Burnett, WCVB: ‘Some light snow… followed by the coldest air so far this winter’

Zach Green, WBZ: ‘We’ll be battling accumulation on Wednesday morning’s drive’

Jeremy Reiner, 7 News: ‘Could be slick activity on the roads’ Tuesday evening

Pete Bouchard, NBC10 Boston: ‘Won’t justify it as a storm’ but ‘bitter cold will follow’

Terry Eliasen, WBZ: ‘Not really gonna add up to much in the end’

Jason Brewer, Boston 25: ‘Just some slippery travel [Tuesday] evening’

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