Before the rain began to fall down in Massachusetts, there were more than a few inches of snow accumulated throughout the state from the storm that came into the region on Tuesday afternoon, according to the National Weather Service.
Service foreclosures said on Wednesday that the northern part of the state was between 5 and 6 inches before the "weather change". In Boston, 2.4 inches were observed, giving the whole snow for the season up to 4 inches.
"We only double the snow full for #Boston! "Write the service on Twitter.
– NWS Boston (@NWSBoston) February 13, 2019
Winter Storm Warning still in place Midnight Wednesday, West Massachusetts, where the service provided for residents to plan for slippery road conditions.
Some Massachusetts schools, including Worcester Public Schools, cancel classes on Wednesday due to the effects from the storm or delays, according to Boston Globe.
NO SCHOOL CLOSURE: Due to bad weather, no school will be held on Wednesday, February 13, 2019. Head Start, pre and post school activities, and programs are also purchased. Durkin Administrative Building will be open.
– Worcester Schools (@worcesterpublic) February 13, 2019
Forecasts said Massachusetts residents can expect some sunshine and temperature in the 40th of Wednesday after that.
"The storm system that gave the mixing mix for the overnight region into Maine today will be more severe weather for the area in the morning and in the afternoon," said the service. "Weather is dry but colder tonight to Thursday then Friday is just a short time before tackling cold."