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Snow Coming, But Not Much

By Terry Eliasen, WBZ Executive Weather Producer
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BOSTON (CBS) — We got a taste of spring last week, but there’s no doubt winter still has some punch in it.

The weekend’s temperatures dropped and the winds rose bringing with it near-zero wind chill factors.

Read: Beyond The Forecast Blog

Sunday morning’s models show there will be snow headed this way. The heaviest snow will be to our south and west Sunday night and early Monday, so one to three inches should cover it. There might not even be an inch in Boston, could be just a dusting to an inch.

Watch Barry Burbank’s forecast

The snow should start around 3 a.m. and end around midday Monday. Where the heavier snow falls (SW CT and NYC) there will be three to six inches, but not in our viewing area.

The rest of the week looks fairly quiet. It will be cold Tuesday with moderating temps thereafter and some rain Friday morning.

Check: Interactive Radar

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