The latest forecasts from the National Weather Service predict Boston will see about 6-8 inches of snow, and many parts of the state could see as many as 18 inches!
This widespread storm will cause heavy, wet snow, inland flooding, coastal flooding, damaging winds, gales, and large waves.
Head to the grocery store ASAP and stock up on food and wine... This storm could really bury some parts of New England.
[Summary] A potent Nor'Easter on tap Wednesday into early Thursday, impacting an already vulnerable S New England; threats of heavy snow, gusty winds, coastal flooding; assoc impacts of downed limbs, power outages, reduced visibility, inundation & beach erosion along the coast pic.twitter.com/HlPJSHH9Iv— NWS Boston (@NWSBoston) March 6, 2018
[Heavy, wet snow] Considered for all of S New England, a pasty-nature on top of weakened trees from the recent storm, forecast gusts 25 upwards of @ 50 mph for the Outer Cape, Cape Ann, Nantucket, the threat of downed limbs, power outages does exist pic.twitter.com/uSCuPRNmb9— NWS Boston (@NWSBoston) March 6, 2018