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A general 1-3 inches of rainfall is expected, prompting yet another flood watch from the National Weather Service.
The remnants of Tropical Storm Andrea rolled through Massachusetts Friday into Saturday, dumping heavy rain across the region. Here are the rain totals courtesy of Rob Macedo, the SKYWARN Coordinator for the National Weather Service in Taunton:
Snow totals are widely variable throughout the region with just a few inches in some areas all the way up 12-to-24 inches in parts of Worcester County and southeastern Massachusetts.
A fresh layer of several inches of snow will coat the ground and many roads by Friday morning’s commute, leading to some tricky and treacherous travel. Snow will continue all morning and finally begin to taper off during Friday afternoon.
This storm is a long duration event lasting 36-to-48 hours total.
This winter storm will mean several things for Southern New England…Heavy, wet snow, heavy rain/mix, damaging winds, coastal flooding and beach erosion.
The greatest concern with this event will be along the coastline. There will likely be a significant impact for the entire Massachusetts coast with severe beach erosion and flooding.