Snow Showers Expected To Drop Up To 3 Inches For Much Of Massachusetts

Photo: National Weather Service, Boston/Norton MA

BOSTON (WBZNewsRadio) - Just when we thought it was safe to get our spring clothes from storage, there is snow in the forecast yet again. Thankfully this upcoming bout of flakes, won't do much to slow down the imminent spring.

Light snow is expected to fall across the state on Wednesday, with the majority of the Commonwealth getting anywhere from 1-3 inches of snow. The highest elevation will most likely see the higher inch count, with places like the Worcester Hills and Berkshires easily getting the full 3-inches of snow. Flakes are slated to start flying between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. before slowing to a stop by 9 p.m.

As for the roads, intensity will pick up in the mid and late afternoon, giving our roads a coating of the slick white stuff just in time for the evening commute. Cold air will sweep in tonight, freezing everything solid by Thursday morning.

The good news, whatever does accumulate will melt away Thursday as temperatures soar near 50 degrees.

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