updated on February 10, 2019
It is hoped that winter weather will have an impact on the Tuesday afternoon in Massachusetts.
"Snow is changing to a cute mix on the inside of Tuesday, raining along the coast early on Wednesday," said the National Weather Service on Facebook on Sunday afternoon. "May PM may have a travel impact [with] slick roads, hazardous travel, and low visibility. "
It is hoped that the precipitation in Boston will begin about 3 p.m. Tuesday and end at about 5 a.m. Wednesday. The Watch Storm Watch service issued to most of Massachusetts during that period.
[Tuesday-Wednesday] Watch Storm Watch for western, central, and parts of eastern Massachusetts was issued from the afternoon of Tuesday early in the morning of Wednesday. pic.twitter.com/6cPiGqw5gK
– NWS Boston (@NWSBoston) February 10, 2019
Below, how many local meteorological maps predict how much snow will be in Massachusetts.
The evening / afternoon is seen Tuesday … Be expected to change the snow to the ice / rain mixture of Tuesday night when the air moves to heat. Transfer can be obtained as we get the highest snow totals, N & W. #WBZ pic.twitter.com/DdVvr7JQDh
– Sarah Wroblewski (@sarahwroblewski) February 11, 2019
This starts every Tuesday evening and will change rain and frozen towards midnight. Eventually, rain on the coast but inside the country will be waiting for snow longer. #wcvb pic.twitter.com/4jowDQYSZx
– Mike Wankum (@MetMikeWCVB) February 11, 2019
Storm Tuesday: Prosperity starts as noon noise and will interfere with a mix of 5-7 PM. Expect slick roads and visibility in the evening / afternoon competition on Tuesday. @ 7News pic.twitter.com/A7tNcqYfkt
– Jaisol Martinez (@JaisolWX) February 10, 2019
A hot nose layer will start this storm, which will cause snow to switch to rain and ice for some. We will be watching this rain / snow line closely as it will have a huge impact on snowfills, we will continue to adjust this map as we get more information pic.twitter.com/3rSyQYP5aJ
– Vicki Graf (@VickiGrafWX) February 10, 2019
Heavy heavy snow burst for most 95 corridors in New England central and southern. After an initial snow round, mix mix and then rain.
Solid foot mountains see.
I'll have a cover during the night @ NBC10Boston and @NECN pic.twitter.com/gbvwcioQpf
– Chris Gloninger NBC10 Boston (@ChrisGNBCBoston) February 10, 2019