Multiple snow events are on the horizon, with the first one forecast for Saturday night into Sunday. But now, Boston meteorologists are saying it won’t amount to much.
Below, six maps predicting snow totals from this weekend’s storm.
🥶Chilly today in the 20s, with clouds moving in from the south.
⚠️ Light snow overnight, with freezing drizzle also possible south. Slick travel thru Sunday AM. The afternoon will be dry, cloudy & in the 30s.
— Kelly Ann Cicalese (@kellyannwx) February 13, 2021
Nuisance event late Saturday evening thru midday Sunday. Patchy light snow (light mix south) develops between 8-11pm SAT. Tapers midday Sunday. Coating-1” possible in spots by early Sunday morning. #7news pic.twitter.com/LujfW2sq15
— Jeremy Reiner (@jreineron7) February 12, 2021
It doesn’t look like there will be much snow on Sunday, but this will be the beginning of an unsettled pattern on the way for next week. I’ll show you when we could be dealing with more snow, rain and ice coming up at 4pm on @boston25 pic.twitter.com/MscS3OCPor
— Vicki Graf (@VickiGrafWX) February 12, 2021
Weekend snow looking less and less impressive…just scattered coatings, perhaps an inch here or there very late Sat night and Sunday morning…also will mix with sleet and rain to the south pic.twitter.com/4uTN0dQkDX
— Terry Eliasen (@TerryWBZ) February 12, 2021
NBC10 Boston and NECN
Sunday: AM snow showers, PM clouds, though snow showers become light but stubborn rain showers on Cape Cod. Mostly light accumulation. Highs around 30. North-northeast wind 4-12 mph. pic.twitter.com/2MziMxPFJa
— Matt Noyes NBC10 Boston & NECN (@MattNBCBoston) February 12, 2021
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