Yet another nor'easter is poised to bring more snow and ice to the East Coast. It's expected to develop out of a low-pressure system today, the fourth such storm in three weeks.
Winter storm watches and warnings are up from eastern Massachusetts to the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee and North Carolina. While the system will begin to affect the I-95 corridor today, tomorrow will be the biggest impact.
Here in Massachusetts we'll see light snow beginning tomorrow (Wednesday) morning, developing into heavier snow into the afternoon and evening... Just in time for the ride home, of course.
[Model Radar Reflectivity] Snow will move in late tomorrow morning, with light accumulation into the afternoon. Heavier snowfall is expected during the evening commute and through Wednesday night. Hazardous travel conditions are expected on all surfaces, treated or untreated. pic.twitter.com/y3RCN4bQeV— NWS Boston (@NWSBoston) March 20, 2018
#Spring arrives tomorrow/Tue at 12:15 pm but the atmosphere is going to deal us a different hand in the form of 6+ inches of possible #snow Wed/Wed night. Here is 1 possible simulation of how the storm will unfold including rain-snow line. Heaviest snow likely Wed pm. #MA #RI #CT pic.twitter.com/Qf9zV5Yv51— NWS Boston (@NWSBoston) March 19, 2018