The winter storm came as advertised for much of the Boston region, and while many inland areas have seen substantial snowfall totals, coastal locations received far less snow.
Below, seven maps predicting updated snow totals.
Here is an even closer view of the tight banding along the coastline. Fairly confident of inland numbers, but honestly those of you inside Route 128 will have the most variability. pic.twitter.com/lFw19cCtlE
— Dave Epstein (@growingwisdom) February 1, 2021
Going to sharpen up the coast even more. Coastal boundary bringing in too much mild air near the water, and the opportunity for snow was the start of this storm. Won’t be getting any colder in those spots to make a difference. #wbz pic.twitter.com/TIyNbFM0tV
— Eric Fisher (@ericfisher) February 1, 2021
5pm MON Snowfall map….
A number of you provided feedback that it’s raining at the coastline… mad props for the feedback💯💯. Warm ocean air removes snow potential for coast.
— Jeremy Reiner (@jreineron7) February 1, 2021
UPDATED SNOW MAP: We appreciate all of the updates coming in, keep sending them our way! Warmer temperatures are nosing in along the coast, so we are seeing mainly rain here. Away from the coast, significant snow continues to fall. @kevinboston25 pic.twitter.com/I7QL4Jn2wo
— Vicki Graf (@VickiGrafWX) February 1, 2021
— Pete Bouchard NBC10 Boston (@PeteNBCBoston) February 1, 2021
Bulk of accumulation is from noon to midnight. Snow will change to rain quickly on the Cape and Islands then that rain snow line will lift over SE MA closer to Boston this evening holding totals down closer to coast #WCVB pic.twitter.com/CmvsHiAexK
— Cindy Fitzgibbon (@Met_CindyFitz) February 1, 2021
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