According to Michelle Williams Michelle.Williams@MassLive.com Posted February 11, 2019 at 06:09 AM Updated February 11, 2019 at 08:45 AM
According to Michelle Williams MassLive
The Massachusetts storm will hit Tuesday in November, bringing snow mix, extracts and rain.
The National Weather Service issued a winter storm watch for each of Massachusetts, except the Southeast Asia.
"The snow will mostly go to a pedestrian mix and then run rain across South England starting by noon on Tuesday, ending on Wednesday until mid-Wednesday," said the National Weather Service. "The worst of the effects on the afternoon of Tuesday is that it will take afternoon traffic. Hazardous travel conditions are expected with slick roads, especially if they are not treated. There are visibility reductions with any snow or extracts, especially because snow rates are about an inch per hour forecast during the start. "
Communities near Vermont and New Hampshire state lines are likely to see the biggest snow, with the hope that it is eighty from North Adams to Newburyport.
Beyond the south in Massachusetts, a significant part of the state, including Boston, Springfield and Worcester is expected to have four to sixteen minutes.
In Southeast Massachusetts, there are probably three to four inches, and up to two on the Cape and the Islands.
Icing is also anxious, especially during Wednesday morning records.
Up to a quarter of ice is expected, and Central Massachusetts and the Berkshires will probably see the highest sums.
The snow is expected for the first time, followed by a winter mix with the possibility of overnight.
It is hoped that the storm will come to the west of Berkshires of the South, traveling eastwards and is likely to find Springfield around noon on Tuesday. The Worcester storm is expected about 2 p.m., Boston under 3 p.m.
"Traveling is expected to have a significant impact especially during the afternoon of Tuesday to take an afternoon," said the National Weather Service. "Planning on slippery road conditions and visibility cuts."