You heard right: An April nor’easter is going to bring some snow to Massachusetts Thursday night into Friday. But most of it will be west of Route 495, according to meteorologist Dave Epstein. Here are four maps from local meteorologists predicting what’s in store.
[10:30 PM] Here is the latest snow map for this evening/Friday’s event. Rain began to transition to snow earlier than expected, especially across Worcester County & N. CT. Snow totals below account for this! Thank you to everyone who sent us p-type reports! Keep them coming! pic.twitter.com/dLFNVRUSKG
— NWS Boston (@NWSBoston) April 16, 2021
— Kevin Lemanowicz (@KevinBoston25) April 16, 2021
No real change to the forecast. Still looking for snow inland and especially higher elevations. pic.twitter.com/QDBsbng6V6
— Dave Epstein (@growingwisdom) April 15, 2021
Welp…still expecting most of the significant snow accum to occur at higher elevations, but Friday is essentially gonna be ugly. Most of us will see snow falling at one point or another pic.twitter.com/J8B1AeNfiJ
— Terry Eliasen (@TerryWBZ) April 15, 2021
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