Two or More Inches of Snow Expected in Worcester on Tuesday

Two or More Inches of Snow Expected in Worcester on Tuesday
Approaching snow prompts winter weather advisory for parts of Massachusetts
The National Weather Service is forecasting snow will start falling Monday night, and northwestern Massachusetts could see as much as six inches of accumulation through Tuesday. In other parts of the Bay State, rain is predicted to change to snow by Tuesday morning, leaving behind just a coating of the white stuff.

[645 am] Winter Weather headlines posted for freezing rain this AM at elevations above 1000 ft, then snow tonight northwest #MA into Tue morning w/3-6″ possible. Elsewhere, rain tonight changing to snow Tue AM w/coating – 2″ possible. Then near #record cold Wed ngt-#Thanksgiving pic.twitter.com/KdDfoyj6je

RI Weather: Another Winter Blast Tuesday

Snow tomorrow mainly limited and mostly north of the Pike. Could be a change from rain to snow south of MA Pike post 2 p.m. so I added a coating to 1/2″ there. Travel impacts minimal, but with very heavy p.m. traffic some impact likely. pic.twitter.com/7K1C4qdQ0P

CAPITAL REGION — The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory, calling for 2 to 6 inches of snowfall across the region.

Better chance of accumulating snow TOMORROW. Heaviest precipitation during the morning commute. Again.#mawx #nhwx @boston25 pic.twitter.com/3vtaWWnAle

Snowfall rates are expected to approach a half-inch to an inch per hour during the Tuesday morning commute, according to the Weather Service.

Snow for tonight/tomorrow. Heaviest near/northwest of 495, north of the Pike. pic.twitter.com/1ATxwfmLXo

The Weather Service said the higher accumulation total — 6 inches — was likely mainly in higher elevations.  

(WHDH) — Snow showers approaching Massachusetts have prompted winter weather advisories as some towns brace for up to five inches of snow.

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Meteorologist Chris Lambert says snowflakes will begin falling Monday night into Tuesday morning, with areas northwest of Interstate 495 seeing the most accumulation.

North Worcester County and much of southern and central New Hampshire will receive three to fives inches of snow. Worcester is slated to get one to three inches.

The east coast, including the Boston-area, will likely see wet snow resulting in slushy coatings during the early afternoon.

A winter weather advisory goes into effect at 10 p.m. Monday for Eastern Franklin, Northern Worcester, Northwest Middlesex County, Western Franklin, Western Hampden and Western Hampshire counties until 5 p.m. Tuesday.


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