UPDATE: January 3
The National Weather Service [NWS] has instituted a Winter Weather Advisory across Massachusetts, Rhode Island and parts of Connecticut until 7 AM on Monday, January 4.
The NWS has also downgraded its snow accumulation predictions for snowfall expected Sunday night, January 3. It now advises residents to expect 2 to 3 inches of snow across central Massachusetts and the Worcester area.
Motorists should continue to expect slippery road condition that may continue into the morning commute.
[Minor Snow Event Northwest of I-95] Snow overspreads western MA/CT by late this afternoon & reaches the I-95 corridor by early evening. Snow continues into tonight ending by early Mon. Snow accumulations of 2-3" are expected northwest of I-95 with mainly rain to the southeast. pic.twitter.com/1IyOUfsKVU
— NWS Boston (@NWSBoston) January 3, 2021
Original story is below:
The National Weather Service [NWS] is predicting from two to six inches of snow across Central Massachusetts during the night on Sunday, January 3, and into Monday morning rush hour.
The NWS warns the snow is expected to be wet. If higher amounts of snow materialize, there will be some risk for isolated power outages.
[Late Sunday into Monday] Accumulating wet snow overspreads areas northwest of I-95 between 3 and 7 PM Sunday evening and continues into early Monday. Along and southeast of the Boston to Providence corridor, rain is expected but it may end as a period of wet snow. pic.twitter.com/I6LisADyOS
— NWS Boston (@NWSBoston) January 2, 2021