kelley: good morning from boston's beautiful north end. we're driving down andover street which you can see has been pretreated ahead of this storm. so has just about every other street in the city of boston.
green tree to boston, 30 to 35 minutes. -- braintree to boston, 30 to 35 minutes. randy: what you' re seeing really depends on where you are. emily: stormteam 5 meteorologist a.j. burnett is live in worcester >> we have seen conditions rapidly deteriorate on the sidewalks in the roadways. there is a slushy coating on the sidewalk. it does not look like much, but if you went to bed last night and said it is raining, 40 degrees, you woke up this morning, saw the snow, said not a big deal, conditions are starting to change now, with the intensity of the snow coming down. we will ramp this up. we are expecting about four to eight inches of snow. happy anniversary, 38 years ago today, this is when the blizzard of 1978 formed. >> the snow is falling here. look down boylston street. the roadways are wet. they have been treated since the a light level of slush starting to accumulate. boston schools are closed. there is no snow emergency declared in the city. emily: we are watching the roads in the state very carefully. randy: nicole, how' s it going? >> it is the hub of co
by the time the moisture is moving on in, we are in boston at 10:00 a.m. we are in the 50' s into the evening. we have a strong southeasterly wind. we have a cold front approaching. so, we will watch the rain
it's colder this morning though. 23 in orange. 30 in worcester right now. 38 boston. plymouth all the way down to the cape with the clearing skies. we have high pressure nosing in from the north and west. this will give us lots of sunshine on this ground hog day. so mostly sunny skies. not as warm as yesterday. temperatures in the 40's to around 50 degrees.
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