seeing south of boston and closer to new bedford and boston you're going to get a little mist out there but norwood, millis light rain to the north of that, dry and 50, worcester 53 nashua, new hampshire at 48, so all day i wanted you to dress for temperatures that you have now.
area, heavier snow out that way, and i would expect the spots were possibly rumble of thunder in new bedford where we have mixing happening and steadier precipitation and comes closer, it is actually going to peak the intensity of the rain and snow as we hit late-morning, so future cast i have rain-snow line portions of the upper cape, temperatures
it happened at the intersection of south and bedford streets in waltham after 6 last night. firefighters tell us one driver
new bedford is four and a half and bridgewater three and a half. now the visibility. you can see the gray area is really coming down a lot in central and western mass. there is a little gap right now to the southwest of boston. all along the coast the visibility is low. half a mile now in boston as i speak. there is a pretty good band of snow that really exists from newbury port to portsmouth, new hampshire to nashua, down route 3 and 93 into boston and then south to brockton and the south shore continues to get snow. there is a closer look at this band right in here if it stays in place could produce an inch of snow an hour. now when all is said and done by 7:00 a.m. tomorrow morning i expect eight to 12 inches for the south shore and the cape. the cape has had about two-thirds of that already at least. eight to 12 around cape anne. five to nine is what we expect in boston. north and west of 495, probably about three to six inches of snow would be the average amount. it does stay snowy with the overall snow accumulations until about midnight and then everything start
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