has a tough weekend ahead at number 4 boston college friday. congratulations to the 600 or so nhiaa student athletes in divisions two and four that were honored today in concord. the governor declared it scholar athlete award day. i was on hand to enjoy the festivities. students need a b plus average and to earn a varsity letter. and over 1400 statewide have been able to do that. jennifer: thank you, jamie. tom: right now on wmur.com,
if you're headed into boston on 39 southbound, you're slow and go from lawrence over 128 into boston. route 1 looking good so far this morning. will let's take a look at those drive times if you're getting
around the metro you have steadier pockets of snow, boston out toward lexington, worcester, amesbury, westford, and then you have another plume of steadier snow western mass. this whole thing has to work up across southern new england over next several hours. here are the temps again. 34. that's not quite cold enough for the snow to really accumulate fast. yes, it could, but it's not snowing that heavy in worcester. plymouth, you have rain. new bedford rain. norwood 33. it's right there through southeast mass where you'll have that heavier plume of snow.
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