One Storm Has Moved On, Second Nearly Here

By Terry Eliasen, WBZ Executive Weather Producer

BOSTON (CBS) — There are no major changes Tuesday evening in the forecast.

Storm number one is winding down; light to moderate pockets still exist but will become more scattered and lighter through the next few hours.

Storm number two hasn’t had much change since midday Tuesday.

Start Time: Between 3 a.m. and 5 a.m. Wednesday
End Time: Between 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. Wednesday, though lighter snow may continue through midnight but just an inch or two accumulation.
Precip Type: Mainly snow north of Rt 2…Snow and Icy Mix Near Rt 2 south to the Pike…snow to ice to rain for SE Mass southward to Cape Cod and along the immediate coastline (including Boston)
Snow Amounts: 6-9″ North of Mass Pike…9-12″ in Northern Mass (N. Worcester, N. Middlesex and SW New Hampshire)…3-6″ Boston to Providence…1-3″ South Shore to Plymouth…Jackpot in NH and VT 12″+
Commute(s) affected: Wednesday morning and Wednesday evening (BIG TIME), Thursday morning (cleanup)

And yes it does appear likely that we will have a storm here Saturday, likely rain and snow, quick mover 6-10 hour event.

  • Fenway Gus

    Ah, Boston’s crazy weather … here’s a pretty neat site that chronicles (and eventually grades) the various forecasts put out by the different weather people in town. Aims to keep them honest.

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