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Dave Epstein

This snow won’t be over for a while, but warmer days are likely ahead

The drip-drip of barely accumulating snow is going to continue for much of today, through the overnight, and into Saturday morning.

Maps: How much snow to expect from the ongoing storm

Potential snow totals could reach between 1 and 4 inches across the state. Forecasters are warning travel could be difficult and hazardous conditions could impact the Friday morning commute.

Forecast | Dave Epstein

Snow will begin falling late Thursday

Although we might see a snow shower during the day today, the bulk of the snow is going to fall later this afternoon and overnight through the wee hours of Saturday morning.

Forecast | Dave Epstein

Low-intensity, long-duration storm on its way to Mass. for Thursday and Friday

The snow should arrive sometime Thursday afternoon or evening with on-and-off snow lasting into Friday evening. As many as 4-7 inches could pile up in Greater Boston, but it will do so slowly, setting the stage for residents to make two trips outside for light shoveling: one Friday morning and another Saturday morning.

After an icy Tuesday, more snow is on the way to Massachusetts

Another storm is expected to reach Massachusetts Thursday night into Friday, dropping a few inches of accumulation along the way, forecasters said.

Forecast | Dave Epstein

A storm exits today and a new one arrives Thursday

The snow will likely start in the afternoon or early evening on Thursday, making for a slow commute home.

Dave Epstein | Forecast

Two storms this week will affect travel

After finally reaching above freezing temperatures for the first time in six days on Sunday, the region is still poised to see several more bouts of wintry weather this week.


More snow is on its way to New England

There are as many as three more storms on the horizon for the region in the coming week, though it’s tough to say which of them will prove to be most significant.